Analysis: Central banks and governments in eastern Europe at odds amid inflationFinance Minister Mihaly Varga has cautioned the central bank against tightening policy too fast for fear of triggering an economic slump. However, we continue to believe that inflation in the CEE (Central and Eastern Europe) is not transitory," Societe Generale said. 'EVERYBODY'S HIRING'While higher inflation is a global phenomenon, steep wage rises driven by a chronic labour shortage set eastern Europe apart from developed countries. "Everybody's hiring," said Sandor Baja, staffing company Randstad's (RAND.AS) Managing Director for the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania. Hungary's central bank is expected to raise its base rate by another 15 basis points to 1.8% on Tuesday.