ACTIVE FILTERS: Hungary


03.11.16
EBRD Chief Economist Sergei Guriev on the latest economic forecast
EBRD Chief Economist Sergei Guriev on REP

New forecast sees return to modest growth in the region


03.11.16
EBRD forecast: growth slowly picking up despite continuing global turmoil
EBRD forecast: growth slowly picking up despite continuing global turmoil

Regional Economic Prospects: Russia and Greece begin recovery; Ukraine, Moldova back to growth; Brexit sends capital eastwards


02.11.16
EBRD updates transition concept
EBRD updates transition concept

Adapting the EBRD's transition concept to a changing world


25.10.16
Climate finance: picking up the tab for climate change
Climate finance: picking up the tab for climate change

New episode of the EBRD podcast available for download on iTunes, Sound Cloud and ebrd.com


11.10.16
Mapping a global flight path for SME success
Mapping a global flight path for SME success

Join our live LinkedIn webchat to learn about the best way to create a SME growth strategy.


08.10.16
Regional Development Bank heads respond to CGD's Panel on Multilateral Development Banking
Emergency evacuation

RDB heads welcome CGD report on Multilateral Development Banking


07.10.16
EBRD President calls for ‘better, not less globalisation’
Globalisation and a map of the interconnected world

Greater opportunities for all and improved market access key


07.10.16
Globalisation: the fight back
People on a busy street - globalisation

EBRD President argues for better, not less globalisation


06.10.16
Hungarian regulator to adopt best practice guidelines for corporate out-of-court restructuring
Hungarian regulator to adopt best practice guidelines for corporate out-of-court restructuring

The Hungarian Central Bank is expected to issue a recommendation by December 2016


01.09.16
NPL Initiative website will be information hub for emerging Europe’s banking sector
The tip of the iceberg: the bulk of non-performing loans still remains to be addressed

Non-performing loans a significant challenge in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe