Visegrad Four growth will "converge" - says Hungarian institute

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Economic growth among members of the Visegrád Group, Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Poland differs quite dramatically - ranging from a modest 3 percent in Hungary to a scorching 9 percent in Slovakia. But those growth figures are likely to converge in the next five years according to the Institute for World Economics at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Sandor Laczko of Radio Budapest spoke to the book's editor, Tamas Novak, who is the research director at the Institute for World Economics..