While insisting that the U.S. elections are the “business of the Americans” and has no intention of seeking to influence the vote, Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said yesterday that the migration policies of candidate Donald Trump are good for Europe and vital for Hungary.
The Monetary Policy Council (MPC) of the National Bank of Hungary kept the base lending rate on hold at 0.9% during a rate-setting policy meeting today.
At the annual gathering of buyers and sellers of TV content for CEE, Hungarian-made films and series are attracting a growing audience of potential customers.
Around 150 refugees began a hunger strike yesterday in a field at the Hungary-Serbia border, requesting entry into the European Union, according to a report by Reuters.
Just a few days after U.S.-based ride-sharing company Uber pulled out of Budapest due to stricter regulations, new companies are eyeing the gap Uber left behind, according to reports. Estonian Taxify has announced a launch in August, while a Hungarian app may be launched within a few days.