1 Introduction

Munk√°csi, Zsuzsa
March 2009
MNB Occasional Papers;Mar2009, Issue 81, p7
Working Paper
The article discusses various reports published within the issue including one about the findings of literature on the Hungarian export market share and another on the changes that occurred in the market following 2000.


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