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Erste Bank says Hungarian ordeal may be over

VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria's Erste Group Bank <ERST.VI> said it hoped the worst was behind it in Hungary, where the government was taking a more conciliatory tone towards foreign banks to help its economy.Full story

Hungarian PM urges ethnic kin, scattered by history, to unite

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary's prime minister, Viktor Orban, called on ethnic Hungarians around the world on Saturday to unite to build a strong nation, tapping into nostalgia for a country dismembered when Europe's maps were re-drawn nearly a century ago. Full story

Hungary banks cannot take more pain over forex loans: executive

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Banks in Hungary cannot afford to foot the bill for Prime Minister Viktor Orban's plan to help borrowers struggling with foreign currency mortgages, a senior banker said, breaking foreign lenders' silence on Orban's latest high-risk scheme. Full story

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Hungary's PM Orban shakes hand with a supporter after addressing at the Tusvanyos summer University in Baile Tusnad

Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban shakes hands with a supporter after addressing at the Tusvanyos summer University in Baile Tusnad, 230 km north of Bucharest July 27, 2013. REUTERS/Mihaly Laszlo

Hungary's PM Orban addresses at the Tusvanyos summer University in Baile Tusnad
Hungary's PM Orban addresses at the Tusvanyos summer University in Baile Tusnad

Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban addresses at the Tusvanyos summer University in Baile Tusnad, 230 km north of Bucharest July 27, 2013. REUTERS/Mihaly Laszlo

File photo of Hungary's OTP Bank Chief Executive Csanyi during an interview in Budapest
File photo of Hungary's OTP Bank Chief Executive Csanyi during an interview in Budapest

Hungary's OTP Bank Chief Executive Sandor Csanyi is seen during an interview in Budapest in this June 6, 2012 file photo. Csanyi, chief executive of Hungary's OTP bank, is one of a select group of people who knows what Prime Minister Viktor Orban is thinking, which is why markets flinched last week