• Hungarians Love Shopping Abroad

    Hungarians Love Shopping Abroad

    • 13 Sep 2017 10:10 AM

    A growing number of Hungarians do their shopping in neighboring countries and the amount of money they spend abroad is consequently also increasing, according to data from the Central Statistical Office (KSH). The favorite country for shoppers is Austria.

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  • Hungarian Products In Great Taste Award Top50

    Hungarian Products In Great Taste Award Top50

    • 8 Sep 2017 4:00 AM

    Hungarian company chocoME’s milk chocolate and ground coffee covered Raffinée dragée has been included in the Great Taste Award Top 50 list finalised in London this week. Another Hungarian product, Donum Terrae’s pumpkin seed oil, also made it to the top 50, according to the competition website.

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  • Cabinet To Buy Paintings For HUF 1.5bn

    Cabinet To Buy Paintings For HUF 1.5bn

    • 31 Aug 2017 9:00 AM

    The cabinet will purchase a series of five large paintings by Hungarian artist Vilmos Aba-Novák depicting Polish-Hungarian friendship for Ft 1.45 billion, HVG reports.

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  • Floating Boutik, A38 Ship, 27 August

    Floating Boutik, A38 Ship, 27 August

    • 24 Aug 2017 12:00 PM

    From the organisers: We are a collective of creative people. We have created a new event where everyone is welcome. We will be holding a market on the Danube, at A38 ship. Local up-and-coming designers and artisans will be showing off their creations, for you to browse through and discover. There will also be a rummage area, where you can discover nicely priced objects and items.

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  • Hungary Retail Sales Up 5.2 Pc In June, Revised Data Show

    Hungary Retail Sales Up 5.2 Pc In June, Revised Data Show

    • 24 Aug 2017 8:50 AM

    Retail sales in Hungary were revised downward to an annual 5.2 percent in June from 5.5 percent in the first reading, the Central Statistical Office said in a second reading of data on Wednesday. Adjusted for calendar year effects, retail sales were up 5.7 percent. Adjusted food sales increased by 3.7 percent, non-food sales jumped 8.3 percent and fuel sales rose by 5.1 percent.

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