Hungary 6th riskiest for investment

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According to the latest report of the Economist Intelligence Unit, Hungary placed 6th among emerging markets on the global sovereign risk assessment survey. The risk indicator ranges from 0-100%, a higher percentage indicating the likelihood of a default on securities. The leading country in the emerging markets group is Indonesia with 60%. Hungary is also in the 50-60% range and is only preceded by Argentina, Pakistan, The Philippines, and Turkey. Poland, which is the next Central Eastern European country to follow with about a 40% index, is nearly 10 places behind Hungary, whereas the Czech Republic is not among the first 20 countries. Worldwide, Iraq unsurprisingly tops the list with a 90% sovereign risk, and Sweden is considered to be the safest country overall. (NG)

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