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Hungary Trade Surplus Reaches EUR 959 Million In May
Hungary’s trade surplus reached 959 million euros in May, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said in a second reading of data on Tuesday. more »
Old Bank Notes Invalid After Today
Today is the last day on which shops and other businesses must accept the old Ft 2,000 and Ft 5,000 notes. From August 1, these old notes will no longer be legal tender. more »
Hübner To Invest 11.1 Million Euros In Expanding Hungary Base
German-owned Hübner-H Gumi- es Műanyagipari will expand its plant in Nyíregyháza, in eastern Hungary, with a 3.4 billion forint (EUR 11.1m) investment that will create 125 jobs, Hungary’s foreign affairs and trade minister announced on Thursday. more »

Budapest Stock Exchange Founds Finance Academy


Budapest Stock Exchange Founds Finance Academy
The Budapest Stock Exchange (BSE) approved the establishment of the Budapest Academy of Finance (BPA) at its EGM on Thursday. The BPA, which will be fully owned by the BSE, will offer education in the area of finance. more »

Local Jobless Rate Falls To 4.3 %


Local Jobless Rate Falls To 4.3 %
Hungary’s rolling average three-month jobless rate fell to 4.3 percent in April-June from 4.4 percent in the previous period, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) announced. more »

Total Revenue Of Hungarian Winemakers Above HUF 100M


Total Revenue Of Hungarian Winemakers Above HUF 100M
Winemakers in Hungary generated total revenue of 101.16 billion forints (EUR 330m) last year, which was a slight drop from 101.77 billion forints in 2015 but the number of companies fell, so the average revenue increased and fewer of them were loss-making, business daily Világgazdaság said. more »



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