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  • Varga, head of a fact-finding panel tasked with reporting on the state of the economy, said several items in the budget prepared by the "crisis management" government led by Gordon Bajnai "are not true and are orders of magnitude removed from reality."

    Hungary Officials Call Earlier Talk Of National Default 'Exaggerated,' 'Unfortunate'

  • BUDAPEST -- Hungarian Prime Minister-designate Gordon Bajnai on Thursday unveiled a fiscal plan that includes freezing public-sector wages and cutting elements of the once-sacrosanct pension system.

    Hungarian Plan Would Freeze Wages, Cut Pensions

  • BUDAPEST -- Hungary's Parliament endorsed Gordon Bajnai to become the next prime minister, paving the way for a stringent fiscal austerity program aimed at guiding the nation through its biggest downturn in nearly two decades.

    Hungary Endorses New Prime Minister

  • Prime minister-designate Gordon Bajnai sounds determined to boldly go where no man has so far gone in reigning in Hungary's ruinous public spending.

    How Populism Fuels a Financial Crisis

  • BUDAPEST -- Hungary's ruling Socialist Party nominated economy minister Gordon Bajnai to become the country's next prime minister, a step that would put him in charge of pressing tough spending cuts to pull Hungary from the brink of fiscal crisis.

    Hungary's Ruling Party Picks Premier

  • Gordon Bajnai said in an interview that he hoped Hungary would be able to manage without continued international aid.

    Hungary May Need Buffer

  • In an exclusive interview with Made in Germany, Gordon Bajnai defends his economic policies.

    WN.com - Photown News

  • The Socialist-Free Democrat governments caused deep social disillusionment, and the Hungarian Socialist Party (MSZP) proved incapable of conveying to the population a positive impression of the social and economic measures taken by the coalition and the caretaker government led by Gordon Bajnai.

    Budapest Times

  • Yet the man who eventually accepted the job, Gordon Bajnai, has kept a cool head and acquitted himself well, keeping his distance from the mud wrestling match that passes for public discourse in this country.

    Budapest Times

  • The Socialist government led by technocrat Gordon Bajnai since April 2009 made painful budget cuts to rein in the deficit under a deal led by the International Monetary Fund, which provided emergency financing for Hungary amid a crisis in 2008.

    FinanzNachrichten.de: Aktuelle Nachrichten

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