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Hungarian agricultural output amounted to HUF 2,594.7bn in 2017, up by 0.3% y/y. In volume terms the output shrank by 4.1% y/y, as unfavourable weather conditions affected crop production, which made up 58% of the sector’s overall output value ...View more details
Generating some 14% of Russia’s GDP and employing over 13mn people, the retail sector is a significant driver of the country’s economy. In 2018, retail trade turnover increased by 6.2% y/y in value terms and by 2.8% y/y in ...View more details
The mining industry is of strategic importance to the Russian economy, contributing about 12% to the GDP, providing jobs to 1.1mn people and contributing a third to government revenues. Since Russia hosts one of the world’s largest ...View more details
Romania is EU’s third largest natural gas and the fifth largest crude oil producer. The crude oil and natural gas production value came in at RON 17.8bn in 2018, or 19% of the country’s GDP at current prices. The sector provided ...View more details
The changing demographic and disease profiles of Hungary were the drivers of the expansion of health expenditure in recent years. As a result, the country spent 7.4% of its GDP on healthcare in 2016, still below the EU average. The government ...View more details
Turkey has a well-developed food and beverage industry, which serves a population of over 82mn and around 40mn tourists annually. The sector accounts for almost 14% of Turkey’s total industrial production and is among the few having a positive ...View more details
Turkey’s agriculture sector generates nearly 6% of the country’s GDP and provides employment for almost a quarter of the workforce, as it is the principal employer in rural areas. The sector benefits from favourable geographical ...View more details
Russia’s construction sector emerged from recession in 2018, with the value of construction works rising for the first time in five years. Growth was driven entirely by large-scale infrastructure projects and works related to the FIFA World Cup ...View more details
Poland is one of the major producers of agricultural commodities in the EU. The country was the leading producer of apples and poultry meat, ranking second in terms of potatoes, third in cereals and fourth in pork. The sector has significant ...View more details
The information and communication technology (ICT) sector was one of the main growth drivers of the Czech economy in 2017, expanding its GVA by 6%, well above the GDP growth rate of 4.4%. As a result, its share in the country’s economy rose to ...View more details