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Hungary Jobless Rate At 4.2%
Hungary’s rolling three-month jobless rate averaged 4.2% in June-August, unchanged from the previous three months, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said. more »
Samsonite Opens Second Factory In Hungary
Luggage manufacturer and retailer Samsonite is opening its second assembly plant in Hungary, creating some 100 new jobs and manufacturing for export, according to a report in economic daily Világgazdaság. more »
Hungary’s Debt Management Agency To Replace Dollar Bonds With Eurobond
Hungary’s Government Debt Management Agency (ÁKK) on Tuesday said it plans to issue a low-interest, long-term eurobond to refinance high-interest dollar bonds that are maturing soon. more »

Vietnamese-Hungarian Business Forum Held In Hanoi


Vietnamese-Hungarian Business Forum Held In Hanoi
According to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, the West must accept the new global situation according to which “it will not be blowing the trade winds in the upcoming decades”. In his speech at a Vietnamese-Hungarian business forum on Monday, more »

Hungarians Have One Of The Lowest Salaries In Europe


Hungarians Have One Of The Lowest Salaries In Europe
The average gross wage in Hungary rose by an annual 13.1 percent to 941 euros (290,450 forints) in July, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said. more »

Hungary Budget Runs 3.2 Billion Euros Deficit At End-August


Hungary Budget Runs 3.2 Billion Euros Deficit At End-August
Hungary’s cash flow-based budget deficit, excluding local councils, was at 979.9 billion forints (EUR 3.2bn) at the end of August, the economy ministry confirmed in a second reading of data released on Thursday. The deficit reached 84 percent of the 1,166.4 billion forint full-year target. more »



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