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Hungary's economy will resume growth, PM says

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The question of whether the Hungarian economy will start to grow already this year or only next is discussed by experts, but it is beyond doubt that growth will resume, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in Brussels last week. Hungary and Germany have demonstrable differences in their approach to the economy, especially on taxation, Orbán told a press conference before a two-day EU summit. Replying to a question on energy price cuts, Orbán said it remained to be seen whether the government's measure and method to reduce public utility prices is the right one or not, but it is beyond doubt that the situation "could not be left as it was".

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