Varga augurs investments of over HUF 14 tln in 2021

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Finance Minister Mihály Varga said investments, at current prices, could rise to more than HUF 14 trillion this year from a little more than HUF 13 tln in 2020 in a message posted on Facebook on Thursday.

Varga said both state and private sector investments could grow this year, by over 9% at current prices and more than 4% in volume terms.

He said the state investment rate could reach 6.5% this year, edging up from 6.4% in 2020.

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