Investors have avoided investing in eastern European countries in recent months, put off by slowing economic growth and their dependence on finance from euro zone banks.
Still, some analysts argue that economies there with strong fundamentals and "small domestic and external balances" will continue to offer opportunities.
This week, CNBC will be traveling to Hungary, Romania and Poland for special coverage of the investment climate in these economies.
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