Emerging Europe Economics

Emerging Europe Economics Weekly

14 December, 2018

Hungary courts controversy, Russian economy picking up

The creation of a controversial parallel new court system in Hungary – signed into law on Wednesday – will bring the government into further conflict with Brussels, but the economic impact is only likely to be significant in the longer-run. Meanwhile, in spite of the recent fall in oil prices, Russia’s economy is showing signs of strengthening in Q4.

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