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        Hungarian economy shows no sign of slowdown

        Saturday, June 29th, 2019

        A well-known economic analyst praises the Hungarian National Bank’s loose monetary policy as well as the government’s fiscally conservative line. He believes that the macro environment is helping Hungarian growth and making the economy resilient to crises. READ MORE

        GDP growth has peaked

        Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018

        A left-wing analyst thinks that the Hungarian economy will underperform official expectations. A pro-government economist finds it unfair for the EU to criticize Hungary despite fast its economic growth. READ MORE

        Government tables 2019 draft budget

        Saturday, June 16th, 2018

        A pro-government columnist and an independent analyst find the government’s draft budget well-balanced. A left-wing commentator speculates that the government will have even more opportunity to spend large sums at its own discretion. READ MORE

        Government submits 2018 budget to Parliament

        Friday, May 5th, 2017

        A pro-government commentator contends that the government budget bill is balanced and prudent. His left-wing counterpart accuses the government of vote hunting through pension hikes. READ MORE

        Hungary plans 2.5 per cent GDP growth

        Friday, February 10th, 2017

        Commentators disagree sharply on Hungary’s economic growth potential. READ MORE

        End-of-year assessments on government spending

        Friday, December 30th, 2016

        A pro-government columnist points out that the government has kept the deficit under control while at the same time it has managed to cut taxes. A critic of the government, on the other hand, thinks the state offers too heavy subsidies to multinationals. READ MORE

        Third rating upgrade in sight

        Thursday, November 3rd, 2016

        Days ahead of the next report and likely upgrade of Hungary to investment category by Moody’s, a pro-government columnist thinks that the Hungarian economy is on the right path. Her left-wing counterpart complains about lacklustre growth.   READ MORE

        Standard & Poor’s upgrades Hungary

        Tuesday, September 20th, 2016

        A conservative analyst interprets the second major rating company’s decision to upgrade Hungary to investment category as an acknowledgement of the success of the oft criticized economic policies pursued by the government and the National Bank. READ MORE

        2016 draft budget tabled in Parliament

        Saturday, May 16th, 2015

        As Mihály Varga Minister of National Economy submits the draft of the 2016 budget to Parliament, analysts from across the political spectrum assess it according to their own political tastes and leanings. READ MORE

        Hungarian economy grows by 3.4 per cent

        Friday, May 15th, 2015

        Commenting on the latest GDP data, a conservative analyst is optimistic about Hungary’s economic prospects. His left-wing counterpart admits fast growth but at the same time fears that the increase in economic output has no impact on the lives of poorer Hungarians. READ MORE