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  • An economic recovery plan for Hungary | | GKI Gazdaságkutató Zrt.
    Conferences Latest forecast Newsletter Contact Search Search for Home National Economy An economic recovery plan for Hungary An economic recovery plan for Hungary Posted on 2013 December 17 A blueprint of the government s actions for the 2014 2018 period You can download the report from here Categories National Economy Tags economic growth Post navigation Previous Previous post An economic recovery plan for Hungary version 2 0 Next Next post The forecast of GKI Economic Research Co for 2014 You can reach the analyses here Economic sentiment index dissemination calendar Forecast for 2015 and 2016 2015 2016 GDP 2 7 2 3 Industry 7 0 5 0 Investment 0 5 0 Gross earnings 4 4 7 Inflation 0 1 0 8 You can reach the forecast here Newsletter Sign up here for our latest news Graph of the month Ask a question Please submit your question or tell us your opinion RSS FEED Focus GKI GROUP GKI Health Care Research Institute Ltd GKI Energy Research and Consulting Ltd GKI Consulting Ltd ABOUT GKI Economic Research Co H 1092 Budapest Ráday u 42 44 36 1 318 1868 gki gki hu AWARDS MEMBER OF Copyright 1992 2016 GKI Gazdaságkutató Zrt Minden

    Original URL path: http://www.gki.hu/language/en/2013/12/17/post-an-economic-recovery-plan-for-hungary/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Since 2010 the administrative burdens on companies have increased significantly | | GKI Gazdaságkutató Zrt.
    August 2013 GKI conducted a representative survey among Hungarian companies 978 CEOs have responded They were asked among other things how their administrative burdens had changed compared to 2010 In August 2013 GKI Economic Research Co conducted a representative survey among Hungarian companies 978 CEOs have responded They were asked among other things how their administrative burdens had changed compared to 2010 in the following areas taxation accounting and finance labour human resources environmental protection and permission procedures related to investments You can download the report from here Categories National Economy Tags economic growth Post navigation Previous Previous post Database of business cycle indicators Next Next post An economic recovery plan for Hungary version 2 0 You can reach the analyses here Economic sentiment index dissemination calendar Forecast for 2015 and 2016 2015 2016 GDP 2 7 2 3 Industry 7 0 5 0 Investment 0 5 0 Gross earnings 4 4 7 Inflation 0 1 0 8 You can reach the forecast here Newsletter Sign up here for our latest news Graph of the month Ask a question Please submit your question or tell us your opinion RSS FEED Focus GKI GROUP GKI Health Care Research Institute Ltd GKI

    Original URL path: http://www.gki.hu/language/en/2013/11/05/post-since-2010-the-administrative-burdens-on-companies-have-increased-significantly/ (2016-02-16)
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  • The economics of reducing overheads | | GKI Gazdaságkutató Zrt.
    the non traditional transformation of its EU conform market economy It seems that following the restructuring of the legal and institutional framework of the state the Hungarian government considered that the time has also come for the non traditional transformation of its EU conform market economy Since the budget and the government debt are difficult to handle and the EU s excessive deficit procedure also represents major limiting factors the traditional redistribution of incomes before the forthcoming elections is not a viable option thus non traditional methods of redistribution should be applied to achieve the same goal You can download the report from here Categories National Economy Tags economic growth Post navigation Previous Previous post Economic Governance in a Calming Storm Next Next post Prices of construction lots in Hungary 1999 2012 You can reach the analyses here Economic sentiment index dissemination calendar Forecast for 2015 and 2016 2015 2016 GDP 2 7 2 3 Industry 7 0 5 0 Investment 0 5 0 Gross earnings 4 4 7 Inflation 0 1 0 8 You can reach the forecast here Newsletter Sign up here for our latest news Graph of the month Ask a question Please submit your question or

    Original URL path: http://www.gki.hu/language/en/2013/04/01/post-the-economics-of-reducing-overheads/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Stagnation after recession | | GKI Gazdaságkutató Zrt.
    government that is avoiding the excessive deficit procedure is getting more and more at odds with the launch of an economic policy favouring the forthcoming elections GKI forecasts that after a recession of about 1 5 per cent in 2012 no growth can be expected in Hungary in 2013 either Inflation however will slow down significantly by more than 1 percentage point due to some enforced government measures The main purpose of the government that is avoiding the excessive deficit procedure is getting more and more at odds with the launch of an economic policy favouring the forthcoming elections You can download the forecast from here Categories National Economy Tags economic growth forecast investment Post navigation Previous Previous post Falling behind more and more Next Next post Economic Governance in a Calming Storm You can reach the analyses here Economic sentiment index dissemination calendar Forecast for 2015 and 2016 2015 2016 GDP 2 7 2 3 Industry 7 0 5 0 Investment 0 5 0 Gross earnings 4 4 7 Inflation 0 1 0 8 You can reach the forecast here Newsletter Sign up here for our latest news Graph of the month Ask a question Please submit your question

    Original URL path: http://www.gki.hu/language/en/2013/03/25/post-stagnation-after-recession/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Falling behind more and more | | GKI Gazdaságkutató Zrt.
    GKI proved to be almost completely accurate GDP fell by 1 7 per cent in Hungary Only stagnation can be expected this year and the lagging behind of the Hungarian economy in the region continues Inflation will slow down significantly The 2012 forecast of GKI Economic Research Co proved to be almost completely accurate GDP fell by 1 7 per cent in Hungary Only stagnation can be expected this year and the lagging behind of the Hungarian economy in the region continues Inflation will slow down significantly by more than 2 percentage points due to non market based measures of the government to reduce gas and electricity prices Thus real wages will rise modestly but temporarily However new austerity measures can be expected in order to avoid the excessive deficit procedure which seems to be the main purpose of the government It is likely that these measures will mainly affect the business sphere including the banking sector however their extra burdens will be passed on to the general public and companies further reducing the propensity to invest You can dowmload the forecast from here Categories National Economy Tags economic growth forecast investment Post navigation Previous Previous post The forecast of GKI for 2013 Next Next post Stagnation after recession You can reach the analyses here Economic sentiment index dissemination calendar Forecast for 2015 and 2016 2015 2016 GDP 2 7 2 3 Industry 7 0 5 0 Investment 0 5 0 Gross earnings 4 4 7 Inflation 0 1 0 8 You can reach the forecast here Newsletter Sign up here for our latest news Graph of the month Ask a question Please submit your question or tell us your opinion RSS FEED Focus GKI GROUP GKI Health Care Research Institute Ltd GKI Energy Research and Consulting Ltd GKI Consulting

    Original URL path: http://www.gki.hu/language/en/2013/03/25/post-falling-behind-more-and-more/ (2016-02-16)
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  • The forecast of GKI for 2013 | | GKI Gazdaságkutató Zrt.
    level Even to achieve this the economy depletes its reserves people s private pension assets are lost foreign exchange reserves are decreasing and capital and skilled labour are leaving Hungary In 2012 GDP declined by 1 7 per cent in Hungary which was even higher than the 1 5 per cent drop forecasted by GKI a year before At that time it was considered a particularly pessimistic forecast by government officials Consumption and investments also continued to decline GDP adjusted for terms of trade 1 2 per cent dropped by almost 3 per cent in 2012 Although the Hungarian economy avoided financial crises between 2010 and 2012 it sank into stagnation from which it cannot get out with the help of its current economic policy Hungary is threatened by long term lagging behind the region and lack of perspectives The Hungarian economy will stagnate in 2013 and GDP in 2013 will be at its 2010 level Even to achieve this the economy depletes its reserves people s private pension assets are lost foreign exchange reserves are decreasing and capital and skilled labour are leaving Hungary You can download the forecast from here Categories National Economy Tags economic growth forecast investment Post navigation Previous Previous post Forecasts and facts how reliable are GKI s macroeconomic forecasts Next Next post Falling behind more and more You can reach the analyses here Economic sentiment index dissemination calendar Forecast for 2015 and 2016 2015 2016 GDP 2 7 2 3 Industry 7 0 5 0 Investment 0 5 0 Gross earnings 4 4 7 Inflation 0 1 0 8 You can reach the forecast here Newsletter Sign up here for our latest news Graph of the month Ask a question Please submit your question or tell us your opinion RSS FEED Focus GKI GROUP

    Original URL path: http://www.gki.hu/language/en/2013/03/25/post-the-forecast-of-gki-for-2013/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Forecasts and facts – how reliable are GKI’s macroeconomic forecasts? | | GKI Gazdaságkutató Zrt.
    economy and the continuous adjustment of statistical data GKI issues forecasts six times a year Their accuracy is improving over time as more and more data are available GKI provided the most accurate forecasts for the consumer price index The mean absolute difference between GKI forecasts and actual inflation figures in the given period was 0 7 percentage points which is extremely low The average absolute difference between the forecasts and actual data of the volume index of GDP which is the most common economic indicator was 1 percentage point in the period between 1995 and 2011 which is also a favourable value This is proved by the fact that the mean difference of preliminary statistical figures usually published in March of the following year and final official ones of GDP released by the Central Statistical Office amounts to 0 6 percentage points which is only slightly better than the forecasts of GKI made many months or even a year before The reliability of GDP and CPI forecasts issued by GKI in the period between 2006 and 2011 was comparable with the average reliability of expectations of 25 30 professional institutions published by Reuters The authors of forecasts always assume the possibility of erring It is no coincidence that the introductions of economic analyses and forecasts often contain a disclaimer Of course GKI assumes no responsibility for business decisions based on its forecasts However GKI assumes responsibility for the forecasts themselves this is why it regularly publishes such comparisons You can download the report from here Categories National Economy Post navigation Previous Previous post The Hungarian food sector Next Next post Forecasts and facts how reliable are GKI s macroeconomic forecasts You can reach the analyses here Economic sentiment index dissemination calendar Forecast for 2015 and 2016 2015 2016 GDP

    Original URL path: http://www.gki.hu/language/en/2012/12/18/forecasts-and-facts-how-reliable-are-gkis-macroeconomic-forecasts/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Think Global – Act European | | GKI Gazdaságkutató Zrt.
    Search for Home National Economy Think Global Act European Think Global Act European Posted on 2012 October 25 The Contribution of 16 European Think Tanks one of them is GKI Economic Research Co to the Polish Danish and Cypriot Trio Presidency of the European Union was published You can download the contribution from here Categories National Economy Tags EU Post navigation Previous Previous post Another non austerity program or who is going to pay HUF397bn Next Next post There is a need for genuine change You can reach the analyses here Economic sentiment index dissemination calendar Forecast for 2015 and 2016 2015 2016 GDP 2 7 2 3 Industry 7 0 5 0 Investment 0 5 0 Gross earnings 4 4 7 Inflation 0 1 0 8 You can reach the forecast here Newsletter Sign up here for our latest news Graph of the month Ask a question Please submit your question or tell us your opinion RSS FEED Focus GKI GROUP GKI Health Care Research Institute Ltd GKI Energy Research and Consulting Ltd GKI Consulting Ltd ABOUT GKI Economic Research Co H 1092 Budapest Ráday u 42 44 36 1 318 1868 gki gki hu AWARDS MEMBER OF Copyright

    Original URL path: http://www.gki.hu/language/en/2012/10/25/post-think-global-act-european/ (2016-02-16)
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