Occupier demand remained robust in the Hungarian office market in the third-quarter of the year, a trend Cushman & Wakefield predicts will continue into next year, according to an analysis sent to the Budapest Business Journal yesterday.
The Hungarian Police were called out to intercept a group of foreign exchange students participating in the Erasmus program in Hungary, who were mistaken for refugees near Hungary’s southern city of Szeged, according to Hungarian online news portal Délmagyar.
After declining for three consecutive months, industrial production finally picked up in August.
Following almost two months of operations in Budapest, Estonia-based transportation company Taxify has requested that the Hungarian National Transport Authority greenlight the company’s plans to double the number of cars it operates in the capital, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal yesterday.
Real wages in Hungary saw a 7.5% increase in the January-August period, as compared to the corresponding period of 2015, while average gross earnings were up 6%, Hungary’s Central Statistical Office (KSH) said today in a first reading of data.