Noticed in the Press – Dec 30, 2014

An opinion piece by Péter Róna, Senior Fellow at Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford, in the December 30 edition of the Hungarian daily Népszabadság: “Orbán Viktor téved” (“Viktor Orban is mistaken”) 

The writer makes a point that both Hungary and Russia neglected to develop and diversify their economies, and that their occasional anti-Western rhetoric is just a sign of their impotence to correct that neglect.

Mr. Rona also points out that Hungary’s economic growth has been lagging substantially over time. And, if compared with Hungary’s Visegrad partners, the Hungarian national economic output has lagged even more sharply.

 

 

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