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Inflation Slows in Hungary, But Full Impact of COVID-19 Not Yet Evident – ING

As the lockdown continues in Hungary, the impact on the economy is beginning to filter into the data, with inflation slowing to 3.9% in March. Whilst food prices provide upward pressure in the short-term, the falling cost of fuel and services has yet to be accounted for in this month’s statistics, according to Peter Virovacz, Senior Hungary Economist at ING

Apr 9, 2020 // 6:00AM

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