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Hungary FlagHungary

Kingdom Of Mary The Patroness Of Hungary.



Population: 9,976,062 (2011)
Land Area: 93,030 sq km
Natural Resources: Bauxite, coal, natural gas, fertile soils, arable land
Capital: Budapest
Political System: Parliamentary Democracy
State Leader: Pal Schmitt (2010)
Head of Government: Viktor Orban (2010)
Languages: Hungarian
Currency: Forint (HUF)
Major Religions: Roman Catholic 51.9%, Calvinist 15.9%, Lutheran 3%, Greek Catholic 2.6%, Other Christian 1%, Other or Unspecified 11.1%, Unaffiliated 14.5%
Major Ethnicities: Hungarian 92.3%, Roma 1.9%, Other or Unknown 5.8%
Life Expectancy: 74.79 years (2011)


GDP Official Exchange Rate: 132.3 billion (2010)
GDP Purchasing Power Parity: 190 billion (2010)
GDP Per Capita (PPP): 19,000 (2010)
GDP Growth Rate: 0.8% (2010)
GDP Structure: Agriculture 3.3%, Industry 30.8%, Services 65.9% (2010)
Labour Force By Occupation: Agriculture 4.7%, Industry 30.9%, Services 64.4% (2010)
Industries: Mining, metallurgy, construction materials, processed foods, textiles, chemicals, motor vehicles
Agriculture Products: Wheat, corn, sunflower seed, potatoes, sugar beets; pigs, cattle, poultry, dairy products
Human Development Index: 0.816 (38th)
Tourism Revenue: 4.084 billion (2004)
Unemployment Rate: 13.9% (2010)

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Army Size: 32 300 (2004)
Budget: 1.75% of GDP (2005)

Current Situation


Hungary is located in Central Europe. It is bordered by Austria, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine. Hungary's economy has grown rapidly following the collapse of the communist regime in 1991, however it's growth has slowed down. If Hungary follows certain economic rules it will be able to join the Eurozone and adopt the Euro as its currency. The 2008 financial crisis hit Hungary in October 2008, and Hungary opted to ask for a 25 billion stimulus package from the IMF, the World Bank and the European Union.

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CIA World Factbook: Hungary
The Economist: The World In 2010
Wikipedia: Hungary

Updated on: December 20, 2011