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Flextronics cuts workforce


Several hundred staff recruited by temporary agencies are due to be laid off at Flextronics International Kft’s Zalaegerszeg plant in the coming months, Péter Papp, human resources manager of Flextronics Zalaegerszeg Industrial Park said adding that downsizing will not affect the company’s core employees. Temporary workers account for 15% of Flextronics’ 10,000 strong workforce. (Vg 13) S.F.

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Hungary Parliament approves final version of c.bank law


Hungary's Parliament on Tuesday approved the final version of the Central Bank Act, which allows Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány to nominate four new members of the central bank's rate-setting committee.

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Hungarian Shopkeepers Oppose Bankcard Payments


Hungarian shopkeepers do not favor bankcard payments because transactions are slow and cost them extra. However, more and more shops introduce this payment method on the pressure from customers.
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Constitutional Court Vetoes New Types Of Training


Hungary’s Constitutional Court ruled that an article in the higher education act and a decree by the Education Ministry were against constitution.
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Health center opens in Komárom


Health center operator Medicina Kft has recently opened its second occupational health center, this one located in the Komárom industrial park.
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Athletics-Isinbayeva vaults, sings and entertains


The Black Sea Cossacks choir backed by a full orchestra lent an exotic twist to the Brussels Golden League meeting in the week after the Athens Olympics.

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MOL wins Polish approval to list stock in Warsaw


Hungarian oil and gas firm MOL said it had won approval from the Polish Securities and Exchange Commission to list its shares in Warsaw, a move which analysts say will boost liquidity of its shares.

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EBRD sells 1.3% Matav stake


The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has sold its 1.3% stake in Hungary's dominant telecom company Matav, the bank confirmed in a statement Monday.

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Hungary Nov CPI up 5.8% y/y vs. 6.3% in Oct -- Stats


Hungary's annual consumer price index came to 5.8% in November, versus 6.3% in October, the Central Statistics Office (KSH) said on Tuesday. The data was in line with analysts' forecast in a portfolio.hu poll on Monday.

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A message from Central Home real-estate broker


"Together we have made 2004 a great year! Our team wishes to thank you for the trust you gave us, and for allowing us to constantly improve ourselves. We are hoping to serve you even better in 2005!
A merry Christmas to you all, and best wishes for happiness and prosperity in the New Year!”

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Eating as entertainment: Culinary philosopher George Lang still cooking up ideas at 80


George Lang was irked: The silk square in the breast pocket of his jacket was slightly off-tilt _ and he didn't notice right away.

"Why didn't you tell me?" the Hungarian-born restaurateur asked, cracking a smile.
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Motor racing-Turkey and Silverstone on 19-race F1 calendar


Formula One's governing body confirmed the threatened British, French and San Marino Grands Prix on a bigger than ever 19-race calendar on Friday.

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EU emissions scheme to start without four states


New European Union Environment Commissioner Stavros Dimas said on Friday the EU carbon emission trading scheme will start on January 1 2005 with only 21 out of 25 countries on board.

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EU puts off budget dispute until after summit


The Netherlands, the European Union's president, has delayed for now a clash between new and some "old" member states over the EU budget that threatened to cloud a Dec. 16-17 summit, diplomats said on Sunday.

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Ib Andersen to invest EUR 15-20 mln in Hungary


Danish group Ib Andersen Industri will set up a steelworks in western Hungarian city of Gyõr next year to benefit from rising demand for steel in Central Eastern Europe, daily Világgazdaság said on Monday.

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