Hungary to send FX law translations to Croatia

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The Hungarian government is planning to send the English-language translations of the recently approved laws for phasing out FX loans to the Croatian cabinet in Zagreb, following Croatia's and Poland's query on the matter, András Tállai, a Hungarian economy ministry official, told Croatia's Nova TV today.

Tállai told the television channel from Budapest that the Croatian government had asked for Hungary’s help in connection with resolving the issues of franc-denominated loan holders and promised that the English translations of the laws would be sent to Croatia by the end of the day.

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