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Gulyas: 2021 GDP growth seen at 6.5-7 pc

January 13th, 2022

Last year's economic growth in Hungary could be as high as 6.5-7 percent, an "unprecedented economic achievement since 1989", the prime minister's chief of staff said on Thursday. Gergely Gulyas told a regular press briefing that last year's economic figures were "encouraging", with indicators in November and December better than expected despite "a number of hardships" 2021 had brought. He said the automotive sector could have performed better if not for the global chip shortage.


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