May 2004
OECD Economic Surveys: Hungary;May2004, Vol. 2004 Issue 2, p57
Country Report
Country Report
Reviews the progress in a number of policy areas and examines the problems facing the economic growth performance of Hungary. Examination of policies used to attract foreign direct investments as well as measures targeting small and medium-sized enterprises; Investigation on the transport policy and the issues underlying the financial sector; Implications of the subsidized credit and loan schemes for businesses in the banking sector; Recommendations for structural reform to foster growth in Hungary.


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