Euro may boost Hungary growth report shows

HUNGARY - Joining the euro could boost economic growth in Hungary by between 0.6 to 0.9 percentage points annually for 20 years, according to a report published yesterday by the National Bank of Hungary, the central bank.

While acknowledging the difficulty in evaluating the long-term effects, the report concludes that most of the growth will come from increased international trade, the Financial Times reported.

Although noting that the report does not necessarily reflect the bank's views, in pr

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