Hungary has become the “frontrunner” considering the management of the economic crisis, Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai told US weekly Newsweek in an interview.
He said that Hungarians are used to the crisis and pointed out that during his reign the country has been able to avert any major meltdowns. Hungary will have a 3.8% of GDP deficit next year which is one of the lowest figures anywhere in Europe, he said.
After Hungary was lumped in among risky countries the enacted stabilization measures have restored investor confidence and leading rating agencies now see Hungary as the top candidate to successfully reemerge from the depths of the crisis, Bajnai underlined. (Gazdasági Rádió)