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Mauro Giorgio Marrano
Senior CEE Economist
UniCredit Bank, Vienna
Rothschildplatz 1 - MRE4C
A-1020 Vienna
Austria
+43 50505-82712

Mauro Giorgio Marrano is a senior CEE economist at UniCredit Research. He previously worked in UniCredit Strategy and M&A department coordinating the team focusing on CEE and in UniCredit Research as a UK economist. Before joining UniCredit, he worked as an economist at the European Commission and HM Treasury.

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