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Snoring Linked To Cardiovascular Disease

"Loud snoring with breathing pauses is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and increased health care utilization, according to a study published in the March 1 issue of the journal SLEEP. The study, authored by Marta Novak, MD, PhD, of the Institute of Behavioral Sciences at Semmelweis University in Budapest, Hungary, focused on interviews with 12,643 Hungarian individuals. Interviews were carried out in the homes of the participants and questions about snoring were asked."
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Lake Balaton - The Hungarian See

"The beauty and the thousand appearances of Balaton captivate both the curious tourists and the natives. The region holds countless unique recreational facilities, secrets and experiences for the guests coming here.
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Inflation To Remain High On Food Prices And HUF

"Hungary's Central Statistics Office (KSH) is set to release February inflation data today at 09:00 CET, with the market expecting the yr/yr figure to retreat some to 7.0% from 7.1% in January. The forint weakened by about 3% in February versus the euro compared to January, to levels not seen since the Autumn of 2006."
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London-Analysts On Sunday’s Referendum In Hungary

"Emerging market experts in London see no long-lasting negative effects of the referendum held on Sunday, although the risk of a less stringent fiscal policy has grown."
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Two Companies Represent Turkey At Budapest Jewelry Fair

"Two Turkish companies joined the 5th Hungoro International Jewelry Fair in Hungarian capital of Budapest from March 6th and 9th."
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Appollo Tyres To Set Up Greenfield Plant In Hungary

"Apollo Tyres today said it plans to set up a greenfield plant in Hungary with an investment of 200 million euros, a top company official said."
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Children Of Glory

"Karcsi (Fenyö) is the star player of Hungary's water polo team, in trouble for reacting to the cheating Russian opponents. Of course, the Soviets are occupying Hungary while their secret police AVO terrorises the population. Spurred by his angry grandfather (Jordán) and the feisty-sexy student Viki (Dobó), Karcsi joins the resistance."
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Ablon Acquires Property In Budapest To Build Luxury Hotel

"AM Ablon Group Limited (ABL.L) announced that it has completed the acquisition of a 5,409 square meter building in Budapest with the intention of converting it into a 74 bedroom luxury boutique hotel for a total development cost of EUR 11 million."
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Budapest Bourse Adds Two Companies To BUMIX Basket

"On the basis of the proposal of the Budapest Stock Exchange's (BSE) Index Committee, the CEO of the Budapest Stock Exchange Ltd. defined the new composition of the BUX and the BUMIX basket.No new share series will be introduced to the BUX basket. Although the shares of Állami Nyomda, Danubius, ÉMÁSZ and Phylaxia did not meet the criteria for being listed in the basket, the shares will remain in the basket as required by the stability of the index."
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State Railways Assigned 'BBB-/A-3' Issuer Credit Ratings

"The ratings reflect the rail infrastructure operator's strategic importance as the major rail passenger transport provider and network operator in Hungary, the strong, ongoing, and extraordinary support provided by the sovereign, and the low risk of privatisation, S&P said."
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Inflation Eases, Helping Cen.Bank Doves

"Hungarian inflation fell in February to an annual 6.9 percent, a drop which may ease pressure on the central bank to raise its base rate from 7.5 percent."
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Hungary Prepares To Host Festival Visitors

"Music fans will soon be planning their flights to Hungary in anticipation of the country's summer festival season. The first event of the year is the Liszt Festival in Sopron, which will run from July 18th to 31st."
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Citadella - Budapest

"The Austo-Hungarian Emperor and Hungarian King, Franz Joseph, had the stronghold built in 1851 following the suppression of the 1848-49 War of Independence to keep the rebellious city under the control of his cannons. Today the complex is a tourist destination.
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The Basilica of St. Stephen, Budapest

The Basilica of St. Stephen, located in the square of the same name, is Budapest's largest church and is a "must see" for first-time visitors. Its open (mass times) 7am-9am, 5:30pm-8pm daily, and its well worth a visit to see this neo-Renaissance masterpiece.
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West End City Shopping Center, Budapest

"WestEnd City Center is located in the heart of the downtown, at one of the busiest junction of traffic and public transportation. Neighboring the Nyugati Pályaudvar [Western Railway Station], WestEnd City Center is bordered by Nyugati tér and Lehel tér, thus it can be easily reached from any district of Budapest
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