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While Cameron had a number of supporters in his opposition to Juncker, a career Eurocrat whose appointment Cameron argued would be "the wrong approach for Europe," he appeared to have alienated them by going publicly out on a limb over the issue, rather than pursue consensus.
Sep 07, 2012 at 08:20 | Source: Reuters
Hungary threw hopes for a new loan to prop up its sagging economy into disarray on Thursday as Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban rejected what he called unacceptable IMF conditions, crushing prospects for a fast agreement.
Nov 26, 2011 at 02:02 | Source: Reuters
Hungary's right-of-centre government agreed on Friday to mend ties with the EU, the IMF and the country's banks to stabilise the economy after credit agency Moody's cut Budapest's debt rating to "junk" and triggered a steep market selloff.
Jan 24, 2011 at 15:00 | Source: Reuters
The direction of reforms Hungary has pledged to announce next month is "promising" but only the details will show if they ensure a sustainable fiscal adjustment, the country's IMF representative said on Monday.
Dec 31, 2010 at 09:12 | Source: Reuters
Under fire from its EU partners for a series of unorthodox policy initiatives, Hungary faces a rough ride when it takes over the rotating presidency of the bloc this week in the midst of a deep European debt crisis.
Dec 07, 2010 at 12:54 | Source: Reuters
Hungary's government stood by its unorthodox economic policies on Monday after credit rating agency Moody's cut it to just above "junk" grade and said it may lower further if public finances are not put on a sound footing.
Sep 13, 2010 at 07:30 | Source: Reuters
Hungary's centre-right government has bowed down to European Union demands to finally bring its budget gap below the bloc's 3% of GDP ceiling next year, shelving plans to widen the deficit.
Jun 09, 2010 at 18:54 | Source: Reuters
Hungary's mostly foreign-owned banks face pressure on earnings, revenue and asset quality as a new centre-right government plans to tax them heavily and take away their main lending growth engine.
Jun 08, 2010 at 18:33 | Source: Reuters
Hungary's new government plans a flat rate income tax of 16% and a 15% cut in public sector wage costs as it tries to show markets it can cut its deficit, the Website of leading local newspaper Nepszabadsag, nol.hu reported on Tuesday.

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Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - Visiting Hungarian premier Viktor Orban has said that his country is looking at increasing the bilateral trade with India as he invited investments from corporates. “We are looking at increasing the bilateral trade with India and opening our consulate here will help

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Source:Bloomberg - Hungary's central government will take over 612 billion forint ($2.8 billion) in local council debt to ease the burden on municipalities, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said. The government will consolidate the entire debt load of the 1,700 municipalities

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The forint, the best-performing currency of 2012, is paring gains after policy makers appointed by Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s ruling party outvoted central bank President Andras Simor to cut benchmark borrowing costs. The forint slumped the most among Europe’s emerging currencies except the leu

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Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - Budapest, Sept 7: Hungary’s prime minister has just used Facebook to unfriend the International Monetary Fund.Viktor Orban on Thursday said in a brief video message on his official Facebook page that Hungary could not accept alleged conditions such as pension cuts

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Source:Business Week - By Edith Balazs on June 13, 2012 OTP Bank Nyrt. (OTP), Hungary's largest lender, gained for a second day after Prime Minister Viktor Orban said the government may scrap a special bank tax from next year. The shares rose 1.2 percent to close at 3431

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Source:Business Week - By Krystof Chamonikolas on June 13, 2012 The forint strengthened against the euro, snapping two days of losses after Prime Minister Viktor Orban said a new tax on financial transactions may boost budget revenue more than initially expected.

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Source:Bloomberg - The forint strengthened against the euro, snapping two days of losses after Prime Minister Viktor Orban said a new tax on financial transactions may boost budget revenue more than initially expected. The currency of the European Union's most-indebted

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Source:Bloomberg - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's six-month standoff with the International Monetary Fund over conditions for a bailout is making the forint the world's most volatile currency. Traders increased their bets for swings against the dollar in the

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Source:Business Week - By Andras Gergely on June 11, 2012 Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's six-month standoff with the International Monetary Fund over conditions for a bailout is making the forint the world's most volatile currency. Traders increased their bets for

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Source:Bloomberg - Prime Minister Viktor Orban is trying to lure Hungarians back to the bond market with the highest yields in three years as he seeks to finance the most indebted eastern nation in the European Union. The government is offering bonds to individuals at

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