Hungary must prepare for the possibility of a prolonged economic slowdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, a lawmaker of opposition LMP said on Friday.
The prime minister’s chief of staff said the scheme to cap public utility fees would be rolled out to small companies and municipalities.
Hungary’s exports were flat in September compared with the same period a year earlier, as industry was impacted by supply chain interruptions, a second reading of data released by the Central Statistical Office (KSH) on Thursday shows.
Hungarian economic output increased by an annual 6.1% in the third quarter, down from 17.8% in the previous quarter, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said Wednesday, confirming its preliminary data.
Hungarian wages grew by an annual 9.1% in September, up from 8.9% in the previous month, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said on Tuesday.
The importance of food security and food sovereignty has grown considerably as a result of pandemic, and Hungary is on the right track in these areas, Minister of Agriculture István Nagy said at the Planet Budapest 2021 sustainability expo and world conference on Tuesday.
The gap between pensions and wages is growing, and a growing number of Hungarian pensioners are experiencing poverty, the Socialist head of parliament’s welfare committee said.
It is in Hungary’s fundamental interests to further develop ties with Great Britain after Brexit, “not only at governmental level but in the area of party politics, too”, Hungary’s minister for family affairs said in London late on Monday.
The European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB) has today published reports from the Advisory Scientific Committee (ASC) and the Advisory Technical Committee (ATC) on macroprudential stance. The macroprudential stance is a conceptual framework for comparing systemic risks with the policy measures taken to address them. The purpose of this comparison is to arrive at an assessment […]
In the week ending 26 November 2021 the net position of the Eurosystem in foreign currency (asset items 2 and 3 minus liability items 7, 8 and 9) decreased by EUR 0.1 billion to EUR 321.2 billion.