Hungary on the bottom of Central Europe

By: trademagazin Date: 2009. 12. 28. 00:01

According to Calyon’s analysts; in 2010, the lowest growth and the highest inflation will be in Hungary in the Central European region, compared to the Czech Republic and Poland.

The economic situation of the three Central European countries will improve in 2010, but each country's performance will be quite different. While Poland may increase by 2 percent, and the Czech economy by about 1 percent, the Hungarian economy will decline by minus 0.5 percent next year. The global recovery will be moderate, even if the risk of relapse has ended – reports Index.

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