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Audi To Produce Electric Cars In Hungary
Audi is speeding up its plans to become one of the biggest players on the electric vehicle market, and Hungary is set to be one of the pillars of this plan, according to a Reuters report. more »
Moody’s Keeps Positive Outlook On Hungary’s Banking Sector
Moody’s Investors Service has maintained its outlook on Hungary’s banking system at positive due to its expectation that the country’s improving economy will bolster banks’ loan quality and support moderate profitability, while capital buffers remain stable. more »
Hungary July Trade Surplus Revised Down To 3.03 Million Euros
Hungary’s July trade surplus was revised downwards to 303 million euros in a second reading of data released by the Central Statistical Office (KSH) on Monday. In the first reading, published on September 8, KSH had put the July surplus at 322 million euros. Imports rose an annual 11.3 percent to 7.282 billion euros. more »

Lego Plans Expansion In Hungary


Lego Plans Expansion In Hungary
Danish toymaker Lego plans to expand its base in Nyíregyháza northeastern Hungary, Jesper Hassellund, who heads the company’s local unit, said in an interview in business daily Világgazdaság. “The Lego group set up its manufacturing unit in Nyíregyháza in 2008, and we inaugurated a brand new plant in 2014. more »

Hungary Posts 1.5 pc-of-GDP Budget Surplus In H1


Hungary Posts 1.5 pc-of-GDP Budget Surplus In H1
Hungary posted a budget surplus of 270.5 billion forints (EUR 868.7m) in the first half of 2017, equivalent to 1.5 percent of GDP, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said on Friday. The H1 surplus was up 183.9 billion forints or 1.0 percentage point of GDP compared to the same period in 2016. more »

Hungary Ranked Up In Global Competitiveness Report As State Influence Still Restrains Economy


Hungary Ranked Up In Global Competitiveness Report As State Influence Still Restrains Economy
Hungary has advanced nine places on the World Economic Forum’s annual report on global competitiveness as corruption, disadvantageous tax policies and the lack of a trained workforce still restrain the Hungarian economy, reports 444.hu. more »



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