Hungarian Bankholding Puts 2022 GDP Growth at 5.9%

2022. május 06.

Budapest Business Journal

Gergely Suppan, head of macroeconomic analysis at Hungarian Bankholding, forecast a GDP growth of 5.9% in 2022 and 4.2% in 2023. According to the analyst, the indirect effects are most likely to come through disruptions in supply chains, closely linked to spillover price pressures from international levels, while inflation, which is at a decade high, could reduce real household income in Europe, reducing external demand.