According to the forecast of GKI, the growth rate of the Hungarian GDP will drop to 2.7 per cent in 2015. The main reason for this is the stagnation of investments. However, the growth of consumption will accelerate.
The GKI-Erste economic sentiment index adjusted for seasonal effects remained unchanged in July, reflecting a relatively optimistic mood. Expectations remained unchanged in the business sector, whereas they improved slightly among consumers.
The value of real estate market index referring to Budapest is 114 in April of 2015, which is higher by almost 6 points than the same value measured in October of 2014. According to survey results expectations on the residential and office space market improved significantly.
According to the survey, Hungary’s EU membership has clearly had a positive impact on the corporate sector. Half of the companies (49 per cent) experienced positive effects, and only 6 per cent of them reported the...
In August 2013 GKI conducted a representative survey among Hungarian companies. 978 CEOs have responded. They were asked, among other things, how their administrative burdens had changed compared to 2010.