Latest amendments to Hungarian central bank law appease IMF


The Hungarian government today (June 27) revealed the contents of a letter from Christine Lagarde, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which appeared to give the latest version of the country's controversial central bank law the green light.

"The proposed amendments and commitments address our key concerns," said the letter.

The passage of the law has been disputed since its inception due to concerns it infringed on the independence of the central bank. The European

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