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Hungary Economy Shows Signs Of Life

"Better-than-expected macroeconomic data from Hungary on Tuesday is pointing to signs of life in the flagging economy, although European Union growth remains key and the strength of forint will continue to depend on risk appetite, according to experts."
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Pop Back In Time With Hungary's Communist Statues

"Statues of Marx, Engels and Lenin which once commanded Budapest's squares as the power symbols of communist dictatorship, have been gathered in a park on the outskirts of the Hungarian capital."
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Roma Leader Calls For Jobs Rather Than Schooling

"The integration of Hungary's Roma minority would be better helped through employment opportunities rather than through education, head of the National Roma Council Orban Kolompar said on Tuesday."
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Hungary, Croatia To Connect Gas Pipeline Networks By 2011

"Hungary plans to connect its gas pipeline network with Croatia's by 2010 or 2011, thereby making the planned Croatian liquid natural gas (LNG) terminal in Rijeka accessible and reducing Hungary's dependence on Russian gas, Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány announced on Tuesday after talks with is Croatian counterpart Ivo Sanader."
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Buying Property In Hungary As A Foreign National

"Foreign nationals can buy real property (residential, industrial or commercial) in Hungary under different conditions. The process is not particularly complicated or expensive, but can take months to complete once the two parties have agreed on the sale."
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MÁV Offers Discounts On Train Travel To Western Europe

"It's possible to head west of Hungary very cheaply - though very slowly - with train ticket discounts offered by the Hungarian state railway MÁV. Though the advertisements and website are only in Hungarian, with a little know-how, it's possible to take advantage of the company's "Go West" discount program, which offers one-way train tickets to Western European destinations."
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Galeries Lafayette Said To Be Eyeing Historic Budapest "Shopping Mall"

"Market rumor has it French department store Galeries Lafayette has set its sights on Divatcsarnok, the once-famed department store on Andrássy utca, currently being refurbished by the Orco Group, Napi Gazdaság reports."
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Fastener Exhibition Scheduled For Hungary

"A regional exhibition in Budapest, Hungary is designed to put fastener and fixing companies in direct contact with distributors, manufacturers and end-users in eastern Europe."
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Disney Scores VoD First In Hungary

"Disney's international distribution arm Disney-ABC International Television has concluded its first VoD agreement in Hungary."
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Amber Smith Concert, A38 Ship, 24 April

"Great and charming representatives of the guitar-based brit-pop from Hungary, who are more and more respected abroad as well."
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Goethe Institute Celebrates 20th Anniversary

"Budapest's Goethe Institute plans a full programme of events to celebrate its 20th anniversary this year, among them a poetry and rap contest, a visual arts competition and an illuminating art installation."
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Vipers Encouraging Pupils To Try Out Different Sports

"Class teacher and PE co-ordinator Claire Oldfield also plays for the ladies Vipers team and organised the visit to encourage children to try out different sports."
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Arena Plaza Shopkeepers Vent Frustration At Poor Turnover

"Some 50 small outlet owners of Arena Plaza, Hungary's new and as yet largest shopping complex, have written a letter asking the owner of the mall to step up advertising or lower rents because of low turnover, daily Napi Gazdaság reports."
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Peter Baczako, Hungarian Olympic Champion Weightlifter, Dies At 56

"Considered Hungary's most successful lifter, Baczako won bronze at the 1976 Montreal Games and a total of 23 medals, including four gold, at world and European championships from 1973-82. He competed as a light heavyweight in Montreal and as a middle heavyweight in Moscow."
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Why Are These Weeks Different?

"These weeks before Passover are in one coincidental way like the ancient Jews’ exodus from Egypt: everything is done in a hurry. There’s chametz to remove, boxes of dishes to shlep, food to buy, seder guests to invite, etc."
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