OECD: Improved eurozone projection could lift Hungarian economy
According to Hungary’s permanent representative to the OECD, the improved outlook for the eurozone’s economy can positively affect economic growth for Hungary, national news agency MTI reported today.
Zoltán Cséfalvay said that the OECD, in an interim global economic assessment published today, raised its economic growth projection for the eurozone this year to 1.4% from 1.1% in an economic outlook published in November. MTI noted that almost 60% of Hungaryʼs exports go to eurozone countries.
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