Hungary Could See Its Credit Grade Cut to Junk, Pleschinger Says

Gyula Pleschinger, head of Hungary’s Debt Management Agency, said he’s “afraid” that Hungary’s credit grade may be cut to junk.

He was speaking at a conference in Pecs, Hungary today.

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