Peter89, I have demonstrated (if you know what a t-test is) that Hungary's per capita GDP growth during your beloved communist regime was not statistically different from that of any other country in the Eastern bloc (as far as Romania is concerned, it was rather lower), it is futile to repeat your lies. And, again, you don't even understand that the only way to test two scenarios (i.e. with or without communism) is by comparing two alternatives. If, under similar socio-political regimes two countries have a similar develpment and then, with completely different regimes, their economies diverge, it is a crude (but, for somebody who though that Gini were an acronym and not a surname, it was already more than enough) way to show that those regimes do have a significance. But you are so left-winged that cannot even understand that communism was an economic disaster for Eastern Europe!Peter89 wrote: ↑25 Mar 2021 07:55DrG, if you can't (or don't want to) realize why Italy and Hungary are incomparable in this regard, I don't know how to proceed.
Anyway, I provided the growth numbers for Romania and Yugoslavia, and wrote that both can be used as benchmarks to a lesser extent only. At this point I am not sure if it worths to write anything, if you don't read it.
With regards to the rest of your post, you are mixing and twisting facts as they suit you. Any debate with you is futile.
I leave you with your hate towards Horthy and your love for communism.