Bank tax in Hungary
Bank tax in Hungary. Quick analysis on a debated pioneering step. The idea is not popular Down Under; Hungary‟s economy started to recover from its worst recession in 19 years in the last quarter of 2009. Output was hurt by a decline in export orders from the Euro region which buys 60% of Hungary‟s products and a slump in domestic demand, snapped by five consecutive years of fiscal authority
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