Hungary scraps central bank tax, removes aid talks hurdle

Hungary abandoned a plan on Friday to tax financial transactions by its central bank, removing a stumbling block in credit talks with the International Monetary Fund and European Union. The plan had drawn strong criticism from abroad, where institutions and policymakers viewed it as part of an attempt by Budapest to exert a stronger influence over monetary policy. Economy …

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