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Local Opinion: Hungarian GDP Grows By 0.9 Per Cent In Q1
Although the growth rate for the first quarter of 2017 is slightly beneath the expectation of experts, analysts agree that the government’s objective of 4.1 per cent growth can still be achieved in 2017. more »
Local Opinion: Referendum To Cap Salaries Of State-Owned Company CEOs
A left-wing blogger welcomes the proposed referendum on capping the salaries of state-owned company CEOs. A pro-government commentator likens the plan to elements of communist ideology. more »
Hungary CPI Picks Up To 2.1 Pc In July
Consumer prices in Hungary rose by an annual 2.1 percent in July, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said on Tuesday. As in June, prices were unchanged in a monthly comparison. Twelve-month CPI picked up from 1.9 percent in June and was slightly over analysts’ estimates. more »

Ghraoui Chocolate To Start Building HUF 7.6 BN Plant In Hungary In October


Ghraoui Chocolate To Start Building HUF 7.6 BN Plant In Hungary In October
Construction work to build a 7.6 billion forint (EUR 24.91m) chocolate factory in Hatvan, in northern Hungary, will start in October, Rania Ghraoui, communication director of Syrian-owned premium chocolate maker Ghraoui Csokoládé Manufaktúra, told business daily Világgazdaság. more »

Hungary’s Trade Surplus EUR 1.06 Bn In June


Hungary’s Trade Surplus EUR 1.06 Bn In June
Hungary had a 1.06 billion euro trade surplus in June, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said in the first reading of data on Tuesday. The surplus was down 97 million euros from the same month a year earlier. Exports rose by an annual 4.5 percent to 8.820 billion euros. Imports were up 6.5 percent at 7.760 billion euros. more »

Hungary EU’s Top Spender Per GDP On Recreation, Culture, Religion


Hungary EU’s Top Spender Per GDP On Recreation, Culture, Religion
Hungary spends the most on recreation, culture and religion as a percentage of its GDP in the European Union with 2.1% of government expenditures going towards this area compared with the EU average of 1%, a report released by Eurostat shows. more »



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