Hungary: Kiss Of Death For Veres?

April 2005
Emerging Markets Monitor;4/25/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p11
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Focuses on the advantages of Hungarian Finance Minister Janos Veres over his predecessors in pursuing an agenda of fiscal reform. Problem facing Veres with regard to budget deficit; Implication of the change in the head of the finance ministry.


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