Probably this question is more difficult to answer than for a long time. But Business New Europe is giving it a try in their outlook for Southeast Europe, titled Political uncertainty rises in Southeast Europe. They continue:
“Forecasts for 2015 GDP growth vary widely across the region. Serbia, hit by flooding in May and now embarking on an austerity programme, expects zero or negative growth in 2015. Croatia, in its first return to positive growth after years of recession, is expected to grow by just 0.2%, according to the European Commission’s 2014 Autumn Forecast. At the other end of the scale, some of Southeast Europe’s smaller economies have the best prospects for 2015, with Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia and Montenegro all expected to expand by at least 3%.” See their full report here.
Whatever lies before us, we hope for the best and wish all our members a happy and prosperous 2015.