The number of guest nights spent in commercial lodgings in Hungary rose by 4.8% year on year to 2,083,000 in November, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said.
The Hungarian doctors’ chamber (MOK) has worked out a proposal aimed at increasing the salaries of doctors to reach 70% of the salaries in Austria’s health sector, the deputy head of the chamber told a press conference.
Hungarian oil and gas company MOL has refilled the Hungarian oil reserves which were used when contaminated oil was delivered through the Druzhba pipeline last April, the daily Népszava cited the company as saying.
Industrial output in Hungary rose by an annual 3.6% in November, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said, confirming the preliminary estimate.
Hungary’s consumer price index increased by 3.4% in 2019, while in the month of December it rose by 4%, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said.
Hungarian banks will provide their clients with a detailed list of service fees they have been charged by the end of January, as part of a coordinated measure that aims to boost transparency and strengthen competition, the spokesman for the National Bank of Hungary’s oversight division said on public television.
Daily average borrowing turnover in the unsecured segment slightly decreased from €120 billion in the sixth maintenance period of 2019 to €119 billion in the seventh maintenance period Weighted average overnight rate on borrowing transactions in the unsecured segment increased from -0.51% to -0.50% for the wholesale sector, and increased from -0.54% to -0.52% for the interbank […]
The current account of the euro area showed a surplus of €338 billion (2.9% of euro area GDP) in the four quarters to the third quarter of 2019, compared with a surplus of €377 billion (3.3% of euro area GDP) a year earlier (see Table 1). The decrease in the current account surplus reflected a lower surplus for services (down from €120 billion to […]
In the week ending 3 January 2020, the decrease of EUR 3.3 billion in gold and gold receivables (asset item 1) reflected quarterly revaluation adjustments as well as a net purchase of gold coin amounting to EUR 1 million by one Eurosystem national central bank.
The town of Paks, in central Hungary, has received nearly 4 billion forints (EUR 12.1m) in government funding for developments in connection with the upgrade of Hungary’s sole nuclear plant, the mayor told MTI.