Nielsen’s consumer confidence index for Hungary saw a slight decline of 2 points to 55 in the second quarter as compared to the previous quarter, research company Nielsen, which compiles the index, said today in a report based on their survey.
A “sweeping majority”, in other words the one million Hungarians who sent back the national consultation questionnaires of which eight million were sent out, agrees with the government’s policy regarding immigrants, government spokesperson Zoltán Kovács said today at a press conference.
Started 11 years ago to provide rock-bottom ticket prices, the airline has added extras, for those who don’t mind paying more. It still offers cheap flights, and serves more destinations than anyone else flying from Hungary. Wizz Air is soaring, and according to the CEO, it is “Hungary’s de facto national carrier”.
The behavior of Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán was offensive towards Romania, Romania’s Prime Minister Victor Ponta said late yesterday on a Romanian TV program, commenting on the Hungarian PM’s speech at Free University of Bálványos, Romania, this weekend, Hungarian online daily origo.hu reported today.
Hungary’s gross electricity consumption increased to 42.5 TW last year, with imports accounting for 31.4% of total electricity consumed, data from transmission system operator Mavir reveal, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.