Accordingly, Hungary’s gross domestic product will increase by 7.6 percent this year, after a 5 percent decline in 2020.
The figure is in line with the IMF’s latest World Economic Outlook released on October 12, and exceeds the forecast published in the April WEO by 3.3 percentage points.
With this rate, Hungary will only trail Ireland (13 percent) and Estonia (8.5 percent) within the European Union.
According to the forecast, Hungary’s economy will grow by 5.1 percent in 2022 and by 3.8 percent in 2023.
The IMF has also confirmed its inflation forecast of 4.5 percent for this year, which would exceed last year’s rate by 1.2 percentage points. It put average the annual inflation for 2022 at 3.6 percent and for 2023 at 3.3 percent.
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