Because everything else is fine as rain
Hungary still leads the rankings.
Construction output in the EU28 rises 1% y/y in June.
Only 25% is covered by forests, well below the 41% EU average.
In respect of Q2 GDP growth.
House prices rose by 4% in the EU in the first quarter year-on-year, while Hungary saw a 11.3% increase in the same period.
Two clicks reveal a lot.
Large enterprises may deliver breakthrough.
GDP per capita close to EU average.
In the first quarter.
EU emissions drop more significantly.
Yet, severe material deprivation rate remains high.
New reservation added to old one.
Hungarians not so hot on procreation, but Europeans in general cannot brag, either.
Not many macro data on the menu, though.
Only one country finished before Hungary.
More than double of diesel-driven cars.
Unexpected financial expenses apparently less of a burden in Hungary.
While overall tax-to-GDP ratio in EU edges higher.