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Economic Survey of Hungary

The OECD has just published the latest Economic Survey of Hungary. The report shows that the fragile and highly-indebted Hungarian economy has been hard hit by the global slowdown and heightened financial market stress. Controversial domestic measures continue to add to the uncertainty that is undermining business, household and market confidence. The OECD recommends an …
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Investing in Central Europe 2011

Deloitte has just published the report, “Investing in Central Europe 2011: Opportunity knocks”. Covering Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia, the study is designed to aid the decision making process of investing in the region by familiarizing investors with the following essential topics: -Investing in Central Europe -Comparison of selected data -Country guides. …
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Economic Survey of Hungary 2010

The OECD has just published the Economic Survey of Hungary 2010. The country is facing one of the most severe recessions among OECD countries, with the projected fall in GDP in 2009 at double the OECD average. Despite financial assistance from international organizations, macroeconomic policies have to remain tight. Stabilization is underway, but the depth …
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