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Hungary matters afternoon issues

[0217PM] Olympic referendum | AI on border control rules | Public debt


Hungary opens embassy in New Zealand

AI: proposed border control rules unlawful

Signatures for Olympic referendum submitted

Public debt 73.9% of GDP at end 2016



[0210PM] Brexit | Budget for 2018 | Dec guest nights +14.4%


Pragmatic Brexit deal 'in Hungary's interest'

Hungary's proposals on handling migration 'gain EU support'

Guest nights climb 14.4% in Dec

Chinese charged for recruiting prostitutes



[0203PM] Orbán in Malta  |  Putin's visit  |  Immigration


Orbán: Italy's new government could help stop migrants

Foreign minister, party politicians assess Putin's visit

Govt publishes OLAF report

Remains of bus crash victims to arrive in Hungary on Saturday



[0127PM] Orbán on Europe | Socialists slam Fidesz | Holocaust remembrance


Szijjártó holds talks with Montenegrin counterpart

Orbán: 'European project has been stopped in its tracks'

Navracsics: Culture engine of European identity

Govt official: Tragedy of Holocaust must be faced



[0120PM]  Metro 4 scandal  |  Berlin Green Week  |  Nov gross wages +8.2%


Govt spox: Socialist-Liberal city leaders bear responsibility for metro 4 scandal

Hungary guest of honour at Berlin's Green Week

Universities sign dual training pact

Gross wages climb 8.2% in Nov



[0113PM] Soros 'unpopular'  |  Top court ruling  |  Dec inflation 1.8%


Survey: Soros unpopular in Hungary

Top court strikes down law on public administration court

Dec inflation 1.8%

Hungary UN mission to hold conference



[0106PM] Budget deficit | US ambassador |  V4 radio


Budget posted HUF 848.3 bn deficit last year

Industrial output up in November

US ambassador in Budapest to leave her post

Car thefts on the wane



[1230PM] Civil orgs  |  Real wages  |  Public debt


Centenary of Charles IV coronation marked

Funding to civil orgs to be upped

Opposition parties deliver bleak appraisal of 2016

Govt confirms commitment to fighting anti-Semitism



[1223PM]  Tax cuts |  Socialists' PM candidate   |  Bird Flue


Varga: Further tax cuts hinge on growth

Socialists ready to back Botka as opposition PM candidate

Orbán greets Jewish communities for Hanukkah

Bird flue discovered in NE Hungary



[1216] Orbán on borders | Szijjártó in Seoul | Retail sales


Orbán: All hinges on closing the borders

Szijjártó at talks in Seoul

Retail sales growth slows to 2.6 % in Oct - KSH

Analyst: V4 proposals could be worked into joint position on migrants



[1209PM] Orbán's visit to Krakow  |  Szijjártó on EU  |  Anti-graft bill


Orbán: Central Europe sees renaissance

Szijjártó: EU can only be built on strong nation-states

Varga expects turn in construction output

Socialists submit anti-graft bill



[1202PM] Orbán's radio interview  |  Grey economy shrinking  |  Sept trade surplus


Orbán: Hungary won't let Brussels interfere with energy prices

Hungary's grey economy shrinking, says think-tank

Sept trade surplus revised slightly down

Szijjártó: Hungary backs Macedonia's EU integration



[1125PM] Orbán's chats with Trump | Áder on water summit | Thyssenkrupp deal


Trump invites Orbán to Washington

Áder: Sea change needed on water management

Govt signs strategic partnership with Thyssenkrupp

Austria foreign minister praises cooperation with Hungary



[1118PM]  2017 wage hikes | Food waste | Good Friday


Varga: No deal reached on next year's wage hikes

Govt sets up new diplomatic posts to handle Brexit, migration

Bill to make Good Friday public holiday submitted to parlt

MOL chief permanently taken off Interpol wanted list



[1111PM] Orbán interview  |  Vona on gay allegations  |  Residency bonds


Orbán accuses opposition of 'siding' with Brussels

PM expects 'turnaround' in Hungary-US ties

Vona mulls suit over gay allegations

Semjén expresses support for Hungarian leaders in Romania



További cikkeink...

  1. [1104PM] Day of natl mourning | EC on ad tax | Bird flu
  2. [1028PM] Orbán threatens to sue EU | Aug trade surplus EUR 591m | Residency bonds
  3. [1021PM] Orbán on EU summit | Fresh poll shows Fidesz up | US State Dept 'concerned'
  4. [1014PM] PM interview | ForMin's talks with ASEAN counterparts | Metro upgrade
  5. [1007PM] Paris climate pact | Aug industry output +11.1% | New GE investment opened
  6. [0930PM] 2015 GDP up 3.1% | Formin on NATO commitments | Fuel prices to rise
  7. [0923PM] Orbán rejects Vona challenge | Kövér on geopolitics | July retail sales revised up
  8. [0916PM] PM interview | EU summit | Metro 3 upgrade
  9. [0910PM] Fidesz group meeting | Survey on Olympics | Guest nights
  10. [0903] Migration | Administrative Court | Biometric passports
  11. [0826PM] Orbán's radio interview | V4 summit | Demographics data
  12. [0819PM] Gross wages up | Szijjártó Turkey visit | Shopping ban
  13. [0812PM] GDP growth | Quota referendum | Automotive industry
  14. [0805PM] June trade surplus up | Aug 20 prep | Anti-corruption guidelines
  15. [0729PM] New Mercedes plant | Millenáris Park expansion | June PPI -2.6% YY
  16. [0722PM] New govt structure | Varga: No hurry to adopt euro | Fewer asylum-seekers
  17. [0715PM] Szijjarto in Ulaanbaatar | Nice attack | Storm damage
  18. [0708PM] NATO summit | Liget project | Negative inflation
  19. [0701PM] Govt spox on EU | Court verdict on migrants | Banking post-Brexit vote
  20. [0624PM] Reactions to Brexit | Savings coops | April retail sales
  21. [0617PM] Áder returns law | MOL discovery in Pakistan | GMO
  22. [0610PM] Russian metro cars | Kyrgyz ties | IT systems
  23. [0603PM] Orbán's radio interview | April retail sales | 2024 Olympic bid
  24. [0527PM] Climate deal | Gender equality | Population decline slows
  25. [0520PM] Orbán on Soros | Szijjártó on EU, NATO | March gross wages +6.6%
  26. [0513PM] Varga on GDP growth 'blip' | Construction output | Posted workers directive
  27. [0506PM] Orbán interview | Matolcsy interview | KSH releases
  28. [0429PM] Daimler investment | Public procurement law | March PPI
  29. [0422PM] Orbán radio interview | NATO Baltics mission | Population data
  30. [0415PM] Orbán in Lisbon | Bank levy to drop | Teacher warning strike
  31. [0408PM] Orbán's radio interview | Lázár on EU asphalt case
  32. [0401PM] Budget gap revised down | GE, Google | Jan trade surplus
  33. [0325PM] Teacher talks | Nagy on exchange rate | Socialists on anti-terror bill
  34. [0318PM] Hungary signs WHO pact | Jan gross wages +5.8% YY
  35. [0311PM] Varga on logistics | Vona interview | Jan industry output down 0.2%
  36. [0304PM] Orbán interview | Supreme Court | 2017 FINA World Championships
  37. [0303PM] Quota referendum | Jan retail sales up | Migrants in south
  38. [0302PM] Plan to boost industry | Jobbik referendum | Roma Holocaust remembered
  39. [0301PM] Central bank law | Migrant camp constructed | Animal welfare
  40. [0229PM] Orbán's speech to envoys | Q4 investments +7% | Son of Saul wins Oscar
  41. [0226PM] Quota referendum | Infringement | Education
  42. [0225PM] Security | Quota referendum | Children's rights
  43. [0224PM] Quota referendum | Base rate | AI human rights report
  44. [0223PM] ECJ on vouchers | Sunday shopping ban | Retail sales up in 2015
  45. [0222PM] Orbán on EU summit | Sunday shopping | Consumer confidence
  46. [0219PM] Hungary-Iran nuclear deal | Italy 'blackmailing' Hungary | Dec wages
  47. [0218PM] Lázár on V4 migrant policy | TV ad spending up | Syrian charged with terrorism
  48. [0217PM] Orbán in Moscow | Budapest budget | Migrants 'not Syrian'
  49. [0216PM] Migration | Paks upgrade | Facebook statistics
  50. [0215PM] Fidesz on teachers' demands | MÁV's plans | Greenpeace turns to EC over Paks
  51. [0212PM] Growth outperforms | Dec industry output +9.4% | Kurtág 90 festival
  52. [0211PM] German-Turkish pact | Inflation | More migrants expected
  53. [0210PM] Govt rules out early election | Non-profit services | Klik to change
  54. [0209PM] Schools roundtable | Orbán in Kecskemét | Banking association
  55. [0208PM] Cutting red tape | Schengen collapse risks | Trade surplus up
  56. [0205PM] PM interview | Red tape cuts | Domingo in Budapest
  57. [0204PM] EC forecast | Fidesz tops poll | Holocaust trial
  58. [0203PM] Jobbik on terror threat | Dec 2015 retail sales +5% | Lázár on courts
  59. [0202PM] Handó on judicial independence | Frontex | Socialists on security services
  60. [0201PM] Orbán in Jakarta | Eucharistic Congress | PMI
  61. [0129PM] Orbán in Sofia | Education roundtable | Producer prices down
  62. [0128PM] Defence | Sludge spill ruling | Employment
  63. [0127PM] Olympic venues | Govt mulls tax on big retailers | Poll
  64. [0126PM] Talks in Mongolia | Hagyó sentenced | NBH keeps rates on hold
  65. [0125PM] Orbán in Mongolia | Terror threat measures | Nov retail sales +4.8%
  66. [0122PM] Terror law | Orbán hails Austria's migrant decision | Richter
  67. [0121PM] Taxi demo over | Nov wages | Szijjártó on Schengen
  68. [0120PM] Border protection | Orbán-GE talks | Taxi drivers' demo
  69. [0119PM] Taxi drivers' protest | Yuan bonds | NBH office in Rome
  70. [0118PM] Taxis in anti-Uber demo | Migrant camp violence | New tax system
  71. [0115PM] Lego expansion | Farmland sales | Construction sector output
  72. [0114PM] Trade office in Cambodia | CPI | Defence ministry overhaul
  73. [0113PM] Industrial output | Talks on response to terrorism threat | Audi production
  74. [0112PM] EC position on Paks | Bank assn fined | NYT correction demanded
  75. [0111PM] Son of Saul | Compulsory military service | Electronic ID
  76. [0108PM] Orbán's radio interview | Industry, trade stats | Swimming fed
  77. [0107PM] Orbán-Cameron | Eurobond | Retail trade
  78. [0106PM] Budget deficit | Cameron's visit | Electromobility
  79. [0105PM] Jobless rate dips to 6.2%| Border violators | Chinese-language news
  80. [0104PM] Vajna completes TV2 acquisition | Varga on tax office | Household savings
  81. [1230PM] Tax policy | Defence spending | Drug bust
  82. [1229PM] Trócsányi on migration | Former broker be jailed | Retail sales
  83. [1228PM] Targets for 2016 | Kövér: EU weak | Tourism figures
  84. [1223PM] Trade surplus | Fewer job-seekers | Financing capacity
  85. [1222PM] Ökotárs excluded from funding | Jobbik MEP spy charge | E-commerce
  86. [1221PM] HR minister on 2015 | Slovak police going home | Demographics data
  87. [1218PM] Orbán on EU summit | MKB Bank sale | Son of Saul shortlisted for Oscar
  88. [1217PM] Varga on debt reduction | Investment subsidies | Matolcsy on lending
  89. [1216PM] Debrecen refugee camp | Nigerian drug mule | Construction sector output
  90. [1215PM] Orbán on 2024 Olympics | Home building VAT | Jobbik on Russia sanctions
  91. [1214PM] Fidesz aims to mobilise youth | Home building VAT | Oct industry output
  92. [1211PM] Bank tax reduced | Matolcsy on monetary policy | Guest nights up
  93. [1210PM] Infringement procedure | Hóman statue | Trade surplus
  94. [1209PM] Suleiman's tomb | V4 on Macedonian fence | Tax cuts
  95. [1208PM] Szijjártó on ties with neighbours | Deep poverty down | CPI +0.5% in Nov
  96. [1207PM] Olympic bid | Bomb alert | Hanukkah greetings
  97. [1204PM] Orbán radio interview | Q3 GDP +2.4% | UniCredit 'Bank of the Year'
  98. [1203PM] Hungary to appeal quotas | Retail sales +4% | Hungary in Fifa rankings
  99. [1202PM] Orbán on 'EU backroom deal' | NATO invitation 'historic' | Olympics survey
  100. [1201PM] Orbán in Tehran | Migrant quota petition | Lázár on tax administration

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