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Irene Gómez

on 8 May 2013

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Banknotes HUNGARY Coins A forint? 298, 5322
INFORMATION GDP DEBT 97.756M€ 1.063.355M€ 11,20% 26,30% 72.127M€ 736.468M€ Garanteed
minimum income 341 € 645 € Each banknotes has a Hungarian historical character on the obverse and an architectural element on the reverse King Mathias Hercules fontain 1€ Unemployment
rate 2,4 % 2,2 % Inflation
rate Imports and exports Imports Exports 6 579,7 M€ 6 157,0 M€ ENTRY IN THE EUROPEAN UNION 2004 THE HUNGARIAN
SHIELD (data of 2012) GDP by sectors Agriculture 3,2 %
Industry 31,9 %
Services 65 % The main industries are mining, metallurgy, building materials, food, textiles, chemicals and motor vehicles. There are six different coins. On the anverse the value of the currency and on the reverse appears a characteristic country symbol (animal, plant, monument...) and the hungarian shield Nowadays the inflation has diminished in 4% in less than 1 year! Count Gabriel Bethlen de Iktár (1580 -1629) was a Hungarian noble Prince of Transylvania (1613-1629), one of the most important figures in Hungarian history from the 17TH century. Gábor Bethlen with his scientists. István Széchenyi (1791 – 1860) was a Hungarian politician, theorist and writer, one of the greatest statesmen of Hungarian history. He was also impressed with the Canal du Midi in France, and began to envision ways to improve navigation on the Danube and Theiss rivers The Széchenyi mansion at Nagycenk, Hungary Saint Stephen I (975 –1038) was the first King of Hungary (1000–1038). He greatly expanded Hungarian control, he established Christianity in the region, and is generally regarded as the founder of the Kingdom of Hungary The Esztergom castle, which was a very important place during the reign of Saint Stephen Ferenc Deák de Kehida (1803-1876) was a Hungarian statesman and Minister of Justice. He was known as "The Wise Man of the Nation" The temporary parliament building in Pest. 5 forints Heron, a representative animal of the country 10 forints Hungary shield. It corresponds to the union of two shields that characterize the House of Arpad and the kings: Esteban I of Hungary, Silvestre II. At the top they are the Holy Crown of Hungary. 50 forints Hungary shield 100 forints Hungary shield 200 fotints Chaind Bridge. Is the symbol of the curret capital, Budapest.
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