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Hungary extends loan moratorium as economy struggles to recover from pandemic

Le Sep 19, 2020
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Hungary will extend a moratorium on loan repayments for some households and companies until the middle of 2021, as its finance minister warned the economy could struggle to grow next year unless a coronavirus vaccine is found.

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Le Sep 19, 2020
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Hungary extends loan moratorium as economy struggles to recover from pandemic

Hungary extends loan moratorium as economy struggles to recover from pandemic

Hungary will extend a moratorium on loan repayments for some households and companies until the middle of 2021, as its finance minister warned the economy could struggle to grow next year ...

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Malaysia eases some virus curbs, most businesses to reopen next week

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Coronavirus latest: Merkel says no social distancing end in sight

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Portugal's low-income households struggle to survive pandemic

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Worst may be over for battered British economy - Reuters poll

Worst may be over for battered British economy - Reuters poll

Britain's economy is shrinking at its fastest pace in centuries as the devastation wrought by the coronavirus pandemic saps demand, but it's likely to bounce back to growth next quarter as ...

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The Coronavirus has sent Stocks Plummeting – Could a Recession be Next?

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