Despite these reforms, living conditions for the average Hungarian initially deteriorated as inflation increased and unemployment reached double digits. Conditions slowly improved over the 1990s as the reforms came to fruition and export growth accelerated. Economic policies instituted during that decade helped position Hungary to join the European Union in 2004. Hungary has not yet joined the euro-zone. Hungary suffered a historic economic contraction as a result of the global economic slowdown in 2008-09 as export demand and domestic consumption dropped, prompting it to take an IMF-EU financial assistance package. Since 2010, the government has backpedaled on many economic reforms and taken a more populist approach towards economic management.
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1%male: 99. 1%female: 99% (2015) School life expectancy (primary to tertiary education)total: 14 yearsmale: 14 yearsfemale: 15 years (2018)total: 15 yearsmale: 15 yearsfemale: 15 years (2018) Education expenditures3. 1% of GDP (2017)4. 7% of GDP (2017) Urbanizationurban population: 54. 3% of total population (2021)rate of urbanization: -0. 15% annual rate of change (2020-25 est. )urban population: 72. 2% of total population (2021)rate of urbanization: 0.
In September 2013, Romanian authorities and the IMF/EU agreed to a follow-on standby agreement, worth $5. 4 billion, to continue with reforms. This agreement expired in September 2015, and no funds were drawn. Progress on structural reforms has been uneven, and the economy still is vulnerable to external shocks. Economic growth rebounded in the 2013-17 period, driven by strong industrial exports, excellent agricultural harvests, and, more recently, expansionary fiscal policies in 2016-2017 that nearly quadrupled Bucharest's annual fiscal deficit, from +0. 8% of GDP in 2015 to -3% of GDP in 2016 and an estimated -3. 4% in 2017.