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Britain is Europe's foreign languages dunce, study shows

Britain really is the languages "dunce" of Europe. Research to be published in the new year will show that fewer people in Britain can speak a second language than anywhere else in the continent. Only one in three Britons can speak a second language - compared with 98 per cent in Luxembourg, which tops the table.
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U.S. denies extension of CompoBus "Buy America" waivers

The U.S. Federal Transit Administration (FTA) denied Hungarian busmaker NABI's request to extend the FTA's waivers of "Buy America" regulations as they applied to NABI's manufacturing of CompoBus, NABI said in a statement.

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Holiday season indulgence worth every Ft

SORRY to all of those reading this review hoping for some cruel restaurant bashing. This week's outing is all hallelujahs:

I could not find a single fault with the Gresham Kávéház of the Four Seasons Hotel.

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MÁV chairman resigns

László Udvari, Chairman of national railways company MÁV Rt tendered his resignation on 15 December to Transport Minister János Kóka, who accepted it, Internet portal said.

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OTP's Csányi eyes west European acquisition

Hungary's leading commercial bank OTP is looking at three possible acquisition targets in Western Europe, its Chairman-CEO Sándor Csányi told business weekly Figyelõ.

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Open Workshop New Year's Eve

"Calling all English speaking jazz lovers in Budapest!"
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Hungary court orders K&H to pay local govt $18 mln

An arbitration court ordered Hungary's second-largest bank, K&H Bank, to pay 3.4 billion forints ($18.5 million) to Budapest's 10th district in connection with a fraud case, the district's mayor said on Tuesday.

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Vatican and Hungary clash over financing treaty

The Vatican has clashed with Hungary's centre-left government over the financing of Church-run public institutions in the former Communist country.

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EU to announce deficit action against Greece, Hungary: source

The European Commission is set to pursue disciplinary action against Greece and Hungary Wedensday for breaching EU public deficit rules, an EU source said here.

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MOL debuts 2.8% firmer in Warsaw, pulls along price in Budapest

Oil group MOL shares opened with a 2.8% rise on the Warsaw Stock Exchange where they began to trade on Wednesday. The rise pulled along the price in the Budapest Stock Exchange as well, pushing MOL shares to above HUF 13,000.

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Hungary rate cut heralds more easing, budget a risk

Hungary's central bank (NBH) delivered its seventh and last rate cut for 2004 on Monday, and monetary easing is set to continue next year when an enlarged Monetary Council may pursue a more dovish policy.

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U.S. agrees to Nazi "gold train" settlement

The U.S. government has agreed to settle a lawsuit with tens of thousands of Hungarian Holocaust survivors over a trainload of gold, jewelry and other property seized by the U.S. Army at the end of World War Two, lawyers said on Monday.

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Hungary 2nd EU member to ratify new constitution

Hungary approved the new European Union constitution in a parliamentary vote on Monday, becoming the second member in the 25-nation bloc, after Lithuania, to do so.

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MOL's Slovnaft rejects results of fuel price investigation, protests SKK 1.3 billion fine

Slovnaft, the Slovakian subsidiary of oil and gas company MOL, said on Monday that it rejects the findings of the fuel price investigation conducted by the Slovakian finance ministry, and called the whole process "lacking in legality and counter to the rules of a free market economy."
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Hungary's unit in Iraq leaves war-torn nation

The last of Hungary's 300 soldiers serving in a transportation unit south of Baghdad left Iraq on Monday and will be home in a few days, a Defense Ministry spokesman said.

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