Current austerity measures have significantly reduced the chances of a possible debt crisis by moderating macroeconomic imbalances, but Hungarians must wait until 1997 for proof of economic stabilization by ZSOFIA SZILAGYI IN THE LAST SEVERAL months, the Hungarian government has switched the course of economic reform from gradualism to quasi-shock therapy in order to combat […]

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