Standard & Poor's


With another credit rating upgrade for Hungary no more talk of “unorthodoxy”

In Thursday’s print edition of the Financial Times, following Standard and Poor’s decision to restore Hungary’s credit rating to investment grade, a commentator praises Prime Minister Orbán’s “economic miracle.” Once a staunch critic of Hungary’s “unorthodox” measures to restore its technically bankrupt economy, the British daily’s admiration is the first sign that S&P’s move closes an era of doubts over whether Hungarian reforms are working.

Sep 26, 2016 - Zoltán Kovács
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'Orbanomics' is paying off for Hungarians

Two of the three main credit agencies upgraded Hungary to investment grade this year, recognizing for the first time that Orbanomics is working

Sep 23, 2016