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Experts
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Vice President
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IN DEPTH
Child in Tajikistan
The World Bank Group delivers integrated solutions to help client countries address their development challenges.
Young Roma
The Roma are the largest and most vulnerable minority group in Eastern Europe, and face significant social and economic issues.
Russia RER
The World Bank projects a negative growth outlook for Russia in 2015-2016, with the economy expected to contract by 3.8% in 2015 and modestly decline by 0.3% in 2016.
SEE RER
Growth for six countries in South East Europe was close to zero in 2014, with just 1.3% growth forecast for 2015.
EU11 Regular Economic Report
Growth in the sub-region is expected to nearly double from 1.4% in 2013 to 2.6% in 2014.
Region Contacts
Washington, DC

Kristyn Schrader-King

kschrader@worldbank.org