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Stagflation goes east

26 February 2008 By Ian Campbell

When liquidity flows were abundant, Hungary and its central European peers could run big trade deficits without any trouble. But inflation is rising, foreigners are retreating and the central bank has abandoned the forint s trading band. Stagflation is likely to come next.

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