The International Monetary Fund (IMF) significantly increased Hungary’s economic growth forecast for this year and next, daily Magyar Nemzet writes. The current forecast predicts a growth of 7.6 percent this year and 5.1 percent next year. While the IMF did not cover Hungary in its previous report in July, its April 1 report forecast GDP […]
Since Monday the leaders of the European Union have been celebrating, writes Dag Daniš. Greece is successfully leaving the financial assistance programme and starting to finance its activities independently, through market loans.
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