Economic growth to slow to 2% in 2007, PM says
Hungary's economic growth will slow to 2% next year and pick up to 3% in 2008, Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány told a meeting of foreign journalists on Tuesday.
The government had earlier forecast GDP growth slowing to 2.5% next year after the fiscal cuts and analysts forecast 2.9% growth for next year. In 2005, Hungary's economy grew at a rate of 4.3%, and growth is projected at 4.5% this year, according to figures of the Central Statistics Office (KSH).
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