The perception of foreign analysts regarding Romania’s economy for the next six months improved in March as Romania advanced a position compared to February up to the third place among Central and Eastern European countries, a ZEW survey reads, quoted by news agency Mediafax. The index measuring the expectations of financial experts for Romania increased by 11.1 points to 44.5 points.

Only Hungary registered a higher increase than Romania of 20.1 points to 52.6 points. Turkey, Poland and Czech Republic received worse evaluations. For Central and Eastern Europe, economic perspectives are worse; the index for the region registered a 10.6 points decline to 13.9 points due to evaluations on Poland and Slovakia, according to the survey. Romania is on last but not least place in the region just like it was in February.