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Munkácsi, Zsuzsa
March 2009
MNB Occasional Papers;Mar2009, Issue 81, p28
Working Paper
The article examines the slowdown in export market share growth experienced by Hungary following 2000. It recalls that the market share of the country related to exports grew the fastest among Central and Eastern European countries during the second half of the 1990s and also grew the slightest following the millennium. Export specialisation is cited as one factor behind the stagnation of the export prices in the country. It is concluded that the slowdown in market share can be considered as a natural process as well as a result of structural reasons.


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