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Varga: Electronic Tax Returns Could Save HUF 700bn
The full digitalisation of tax declarations could save the country as much as 700 billion forints (EUR 2.2m), or 2% of GDP, the economy minister told a press conference after a meeting of the National Competitiveness Council. more »
2021 Deadline For Electronic Tax Filings
Hungary could save some Ft 700 billion, or 2% of the GDP, if it switched to electronic tax declarations, Economy Minister Mihály Varga said after the meeting of the National Competition Council. more »
MOL To Sell Off UK Operations
MOL has commissioned the Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) to sell its UK operations, news agency Reuters learnt from banking sources. more »

Hungary Q3 GDP Growth Revised Up To 3.9 %


Hungary Q3 GDP Growth Revised Up To 3.9 %
Hungary’s economy grew by an annual 3.9 percent in the third quarter of 2017, according to a second reading of unadjusted data, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said on Tuesday. Seasonally and calendar-year-adjusted data showed growth of 4.1 percent in Q3. more »

Hungary Wants To Significantly Deepen Ties With Iran


Hungary Wants To Significantly Deepen Ties With Iran
Magyar Idők, a pro-government propaganda daily, reports that Hungary wants to significantly deepen economic ties with Iran. more »

Hungarian Business Share Of R+D Spending Among Highest In Europe


Hungarian Business Share Of R+D Spending Among Highest In Europe
The share of research and development (R+D) expenditures contributed by the business sector compared to the total was 74 percent in Hungary in 2016, the second highest rate among all EU member states, Eurostat said on Friday. more »



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