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Croat president wants Adriatic ecology conference

Croatian President Stjepan Mesic has called for a regional conference to be held on protection of the Adriatic amid growing local opposition to the Druzhba-Adria oil pipeline, seen as a threat to the environment.

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Schumacher sets single season win mark

Ferrari's Michael Schumacher captured the Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring near Budapest, and in doing so, set the all-time single season win record at 12 victories.
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Ericsson builds T-Mobile's UMTS network

T-Mobile and Ericsson signed a letter of intent, under which the Swedish group will build the UMTS network of Hungary's market leader mobile carrier.

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ÁPV recommends tax-saving way for Malév's support

Hungary's State Privatisation Holding (ÁPV) completed a review of national airline Malév's business activity, and said on Friday the company's operations did not justify the provision of a HUF 3 billion tranche of a HUF 10 billion subsidy.
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Medication Safety

Hundreds of years ago there were few, if any, options for treating sick children and adults beyond simple kitchen remedies.
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Viasat may terminate broadcasts

Commercial TV channel Viasat 3 might terminate its terrestrial broadcast in Budapest and the surrounding areas, according to Világgazdaság.
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FreeSoft lands big Vodafone contract

Software company FreeSoft Rt, which was floated on the Budapest Stock Exchange in September, has signed a big contract with the Hungarian subsidiary of Vodafone worth almost Ft 700 million over several years. The deal will be entered on the books over several years and is worth 10% of FreeSoft's 2003 revenue.
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Latest Zafi worm wreaking holiday e-mail havoc

The Zafi.D worm, which disguises itself as an e-mail holiday greeting, is currently the most frequently detected worldwide virus, software security company Panda Software said this week.

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EU adviser backs ban on Italians making Tokaj wine

Attempts by Italian winemakers to use the traditional Tokaj label, already protected in Hungary under EU law, suffered a setback on Thursday when an adviser to the EU's highest court backed a ban on the name in Italy.

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Hungary's MOL to start Warsaw trade Dec. 22-paper

Shares in Hungarian oil and gas firm MOL will likely start trade on the Warsaw Stock Exchange on Dec. 22, Polish daily Parkiet reported on Friday.

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Hungary's secret files mired in bickering

The Hungarian government's decision to open Soviet-era secret police files has created a storm of debate, the International Herald Tribune said Thursday.
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Christmas Greeting Virus Spreads

A nasty virus that translates the Christmas greeting into the language of the person receiving it is spreading fast across the Internet. The Zafi.D virus spreads itself in an e-mail attachment that says "Happy holidays!" and features some rather crude smiley faces having a bit of Christmas rumpy pumpy.

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Insurance Direct Billing Policy Change

Effective January 1st, 2005 all co-pays, deductibles, and services not covered by individual policies will be due at the time of service as per insurance regulations.
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Using medications safely means knowing when they're necessary - and when they're not.

Always check with a doctor if you're unsure whether your symptoms (and especially your child’s) require medical treatment.
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5 Lessons

1 - First Important Lesson - Cleaning Lady.
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