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HUNGARY/ORBAN
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September 18, 2012
A vendor serves soup at a small eatery in central Budapest September 14, 2012. For Hungarians queuing...
Budapest, Hungary
A vendor serves soup at a small eatery in central Budapest
A vendor serves soup at a small eatery in central Budapest September 14, 2012. For Hungarians queuing up to work abroad, the government's promise to achieve a "fairy tale" of national prosperity soon is precisely that - more a fantasy than a realistic possibility. At least 300,000 Hungarians work in western Europe, according to government estimates, apparently unpersuaded that conservative Prime Minister Viktor Orban's go-it-alone and often unpredictable policies can solve the nation's problems. Those still in Hungary are convinced neither by Orban's unconventional style of economics and politics, which has led to conflict at home and abroad, nor by a weak opposition. Picture taken September 14, 2012. To match Insight HUNGARY/ORBAN REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: BUSINESS)
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