Countries in the region of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) will show a growth in GDP above 3% in 2016 and 2017. Their economies will likely benefit mainly from the growing domestic demand. The debt will likely remain stable on the level of 53% of GDP. The unemployment will decrease to below 7% in the region. This is a prediction published by the rating agency Moody´s. The average GDP growth will likely reach about 2% in EU. The CEE prediction includes the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovenia, Hungary, and Croatia.