Hungary FX loan conversion to come next year, minister says

July 2014
Regional Today;7/22/2014, p4
The article reports that Hungarian Economy Minister Mihály Varga was quoted saying that the planned conversion of foreign currency loans in Hungary into forints is likely to happen in 2015.


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