Economic research company Kopint-Tarki on Tuesday said it lowered its projection for Hungary’s economic growth next year from 0.5% to 0.3%.
The government projects GDP growth of 0.5%.
Kopint-Tarki forecasts export growth of 6.0% and import growth of 4.3%.
It sees industrial output climbing 4.0% but it projects a 1.2% fall in household consumption, a 2.0% drop in public consumption and a 5.0% fall in investments.
Kopint-Tarki puts annual average inflation at 4.6%.
Kopint-Tarki puts the average HUF/€exchange rate at 290.
The company expects the general government deficit to reach 3.2% of GDP in 2012, over the government’s 2.5% target.