Eurozone woes slowing emerging Europe

Eurozone sovereign debt exposure is a contagion spreading eastwards, eroding growth in non-members of the single currency in central and eastern Europe. That's according to the latest research by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Jeromin Zettelmeyer, the EBRD's deputy chief economist, explains to Stefan Wagstyl, emerging markets editor, which countries and regions within the bank's remit are suffering most.