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Sound policy, not euro timing key for C.Europe-S&P

Rating agency Standard & Poor's said on Wednesday any delays in euro adoption by new European Union members would not hurt their credit rating provided they pursued sound economic policies.

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Vodafone completes buyout of Hungarian unit

Mobile phone titan Vodafone Group Plc has completed its 19.4 billion forint ($102.5 million) buyout of a 10 percent stake in its Hungarian mobile operator from Antenna Hungaria, Antenna said.

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Hungary to issue global bond at end Jan-FinMin

Hungarian Finance Minister Tibor Draskovics said on Thursday that Hungary was planning to issue a global bond at the end of January.
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NATO could ship tanks for Iraq, as well as training

NATO is helping ship military hardware including guns and possibly tanks for use by Iraqi security forces, at the same time as expanding its training mission in Baghdad, a NATO official said Wednesday.

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MOL group has large find in NW Pakistan

A group led by MOL Pakistan, Budapest, reported a second discovery on the 4,600-sq-km Tal block southwest of Peshawar in northern Pakistan.
The Makor-1 discovery well, in the Kohat basin of Northwest Frontier Province, encountered several hydrocarbon zones.

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EU Parliament endorses first constitution

The European Parliament overwhelmingly endorsed the European Union’s first constitution on Wednesday but the treaty will only come into force if all 25 member states ratify it, several by referendums.

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Czink through in Canberra

MELINDA Czink of Hungary progressed to her first ever WTA semi-final with a straights win today at the Canberra Women's Tennis Classic.
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Will Fitch's downgrade affect 24 January rate decision?

Fitch Ratings, the international rating agency on Wednesday announced that it has downgraded Hungary's long-term local currency rating to 'A' from 'A+' and revised the outlook on the local currency rating to 'stable' from 'negative'. At the same time the agency affirmed the long-term foreign currency rating at 'A-' (A minus), the short-term rating at 'F2' and the country ceiling at 'A+'. The outlook on the long-term foreign currency rating remains negative. Budget woes are behind the downgrade. The National Bank of Hungary's Monetary Council will hold its next rate-setting meeting on 24 January. Analysts and fund managers have so far typically expected a 50 basis point cut. Now we asked market players whether Fitch's move would influence the outcome of the rate decision. The market is mixed about the possible impact of today's move."

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Allianz Hungary Expands Third Party Auto Coverage

Allianz Hungária announced that it has introduced new features to serve its motor third party liability insurance customers, and has further strengthened its position as the market leader in the country.
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Gov’t Hikes Drug Prices

Health Minister Jenõ Rácz announced that the government will not raise prices of about 6,000 types of prescription drugs.
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Sweden 3 Hungary 0

Fredrik Ljungberg, Henrik Larsson and Anders Svensson were all on target as a Sweden, without the injured Zlatan Ibrahimovic, brushed aside Hungary in Stockholm.
Ljungberg opened the scoring midway through the first half and that's the way it stayed until five minutes after the interval, when Barcelona striker Larsson made it 2-0.

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Three investor groups bid for Hungexpo

Three potential investors placed submitted their bids on Tuesday for a majority stake in exhibition organisation company Hungexpo Rt, state privatisation agency ÁPV said in a statement.

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Csányi acquires Alexand-Air

OTP chief Sándor Csányi has acquired exclusive ownership in Alexand-Air Kft, an aircraft hiring and carrier company, business daily Napi Gazdaság reported. Alexand-Air, which has registered capital of Ft 50 million, was jointly established by business tycoon Kristóf Nobilis in 2003 and sold to OTP Rt deputy-CEO Zoltán Spéder last year. Csányi is now said to have taken over the company through assignment. (NG 1) S.F.

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HP wins tender in Eger region

HP Magyarország Kft has won a procurement tender to set up an IT platform for the municipality of Eger and a number of surrounding towns for a gross Ft 617 million.
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New budget airline from March

Irish low-cost carrier EUjet is set to launch flights between Budapest and Manston, Kent, from March, the company confirmed last week. Starting on March 28, two weekly flights will connect Kent International Airport – 50 miles east of London – with Budapest’s Ferihegy Airport.

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