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OECD raises central Europe growth forecast

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said Tuesday it had raised its growth forecasts for leading central European economies.

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Hungary MOL runs into glitches with Warsaw listing

Hungarian oil and gas firm MOL has hit glitches in its plans to list on the Warsaw stock exchange but said they involve mostly technical issues and it still proposes to list on central Europe's largest bourse.

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Hungarian travel agents slow to sell online

Most Hungarian travel agencies have an online presence, but less than a third of these allow clients to book online, and hardly any accept online payment, according to a survey by GKI.
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Euroweb sells Czech unit to invest in Hungary and Romania

US-based Euroweb International is to part with its Czech subsidiary in scope of a portfolio streamlining, Hungarian business daily Világgazdaság reported on Wednesday.

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Hungary's Parliament nods on main 2005 budget figures

The Hungarian Parliament late on Tuesday nodded on the main 2005 budget figures, setting the public sector deficit at HUF 1,042 billion in cash-flow accounting terms, Reuters reported.

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Mexican company interested in marketing products in SCG

Mexico's food producer is interested in opening a wholesale center in Serbia and Montenegro, which would be used as Mexico's export center for the region, Cometec Director Gabriela Biringer said Tuesday.

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Hearts spies fly out to Hungary in hope of draw

HEARTS head coach John Robertson and his assistant Donald Park will fly out to Hungary today hoping to witness Ferencvaros and Basel sharing the spoils in UEFA Cup Group A.

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Ecostat sees falling demand on housing market

The real estate index of market research firm Ecostat, which measures the expectations of relevant sectors of the real estate market, has recorded a one percentage point upturn in the third quarter of 2004 to 51.5%.

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Instant View - Hungary GDP up 3.7% yr/yr in Q3

Hungary's gross domestic product went up by 3.7% year on year in the July-September period, the Central Statistics Office (KSH) reported on Wednesday. The figure went against the consensus forecast of analysts in an October Reuters poll for a 3.8% rise.

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Webquests can be teacher-made or learner-made

"Essentially, webquests are mini-projects in which a large percentage of the input and material is supplied by the Internet. Webquests can be teacher-made or learner-made, depending on the learning activity the teacher decides on."

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Diesel prices up Ft 5 from tomorrow

Diesel prices at MOL Rt pumps are to go up another Ft 5 tomorrow, the Hungarian oil and gas flagship said yesterday citing a steady upward trend in the fuel’s global trading price. The announcement comes only two days after MOL’s latest hike yesterday, when a respective Ft 2 and Ft 1 were added to the pump price of gasoline and diesel due to a slash in the excise tax break introduced by the government to cushion the impact of high fuel prices in global markets. (Nv 6, Nb 16) S.F.

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Hungary economy will benefit from "yes" vote-business

Hungary will benefit economically if a referendum about granting citizenship to ethnic Hungarians abroad is approved, the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MKIK) said on Monday.

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Hungary's Madl objects, but NBH law set to pass

Hungary's controversial central bank law may take effect within weeks after President Ferenc Madl decided on Monday not to ask the Constitutional Court to review the bill aimed at revamping the Monetary Council.

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Hungary PM urges no vote in nationality referendum

Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany called on Hungarians to vote no in a referendum on Sunday giving dual citizenship to nationals living abroad and said the issue has been marred by populism and nationalism.

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Euroweb International Announces the Sale of Its Wholly-Owned Subsidiary in Czech Republic

Euroweb International Corp. announced today the signing of the Share Purchase Agreement for the sale of its wholly-owned subsidiary Euroweb Czech Republic s.r.o. to Globix Communications Ltd. The purchase price to be paid to Euroweb is $500,000 in cash.
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