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Polish President To Visit Hungary

"Polish President Lech Kaczynski will pay a one-day official visit to Hungary on Tuesday to discuss cooperation in the EU and EU energy and neighborhood policies, Polish news agency PAP reported on Monday."
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Dinamo Fans Walk Out, Shakhtar Lose Top Spot

"Leaders MTK Budapest pulled four points clear of champions Debrecen after beating them 2-0 away thanks to late goals from striker Andras Pal and defender Zoltan Pollak."
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Sommering Looks Abroad For Growth

"Bulgaria is an interesting market, unlike Hungary, whih has begun to stagnate. We are interested in finding at least one market to focus on when the Romanian market takes a step back, which I expect will happen in about three years' time from now."
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Budapest Ferihegy Airport Introduces Passport-Free Travel

"Budapest’s Ferihegy Airport will begin permitting passengers traveling within the European Union’s Schengen zone to fly without any passport or customs checks, as of March 30th, 2008. This means that those arriving from countries which have accepted the Schengen Agreement will be able to proceed through a separate corridor, allowing them to bypass all passport and customs controls."
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Govt May Suspend Health Care Reforms After Referendum Setback

"Hungary's government may suspend plans to introduce private insurers into the health care system after a damaging referendum defeat earlier this month, according to daily Nepszabadsag, citing sources close to the government."
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Musical Spring Blooms Despite Moody Budapest

"The Budapest Spring Festival landed legendary violinist Nigel Kennedy at the last minute after Maxim Vengerov cancelled, but organizers have been unable to do anything about Hungary's angry political mood."
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Gov't Aims To Push Through Electricity Market Changes

"Finance Minister Janos Veres, speaking after consultations with the prime minister, economy minister, central bank governor and electricity market regulators on Wednesday, said the government wants to change laws governing the electricity market before Parliament's summer recess."
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A Deluge Of Culture In Budapest

"Travellers wanting to get a fix of continental European culture this summer might want to head to Budapest for the annual Danube Carnival. This popular event runs from June 14th to June 22nd and features a variety of dance and music performances at venues across the city, including Vorosmarty Square, the Margaret Island Open Air Theatre, Budakalasz, Urom, Obuda and Matyasfold."
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Suburban Sprawl Pollutes Hungary

"Climb into the Buda Hills and look back at the flatlands of Pest and the pollution is obvious: a yellow-gray cloud that blankets the Hungarian capital much of the time."
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Hungary Must Press Ahead With Economic Forms - Central Bank

"The economic reforms implemented by the centre-left government in Hungary, however unpopular, must continue, the central bank said."
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US Signs Visa-Waiver Deals With Hungary

"The US administration on Monday signed deals with Hungary, Lithuania and Slovakia paving the way for visa-free travel for their citizens despite concerns in Brussels over the bilateral agreements."
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Hungary's Govt Urged To Back Off Health Reform

"Hungary's Socialist-led government should back off plans to privatise health insurance, its major economic reform, as political turmoil will scare off investors, a party leader said on Tuesday."
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M-E Student To Participate In Rubic's Cube Competition

"The 17-year-old Maine-Endwell High School junior even rides a unicycle to stand out from the crowd. But his biggest passion is solving Rubik's Cube, the colorful plastic puzzle invented in 1974 by Hungarian professor Erno Rubik."
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Buzsaky Rejects Pompey Talk

"Queens Park Rangers midfielder Akos Buzsaky has brushed off rumours he could join Portsmouth in the summer. Reports have claimed that Pompey are ready to offer Ł2.5million for the Hungary international at the end of the season."
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Ryanair To Drop 11 Weekly Routes From Budapest

"Last Monday, Ryanair announced plans to withdraw 11 of its current 29 weekly Budapest flights by the beginning of this summer. As a result, Ryanair will operate only 18 flights per week during summer 2008. No routes will be cancelled, only the frequency of flights is affected."
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