Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Bank of China President Guoli Tian today signed a cooperation agreement in China on issuing yuan-denominated Hungarian government bonds, Hungary’s National Economy Ministry said in a statement, according to state news agency MTI.
In an open letter to László Kövér, RTL Klub’s News Director Róbert Kotroczó asked the Speaker of the House to withdraw the ban on RTL Klub news crews from entering Parliament following their attempt to attend and report on Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s meeting with NATO officials.
Pay-as-you-go medical care and private health insurance are becoming more popular, helping to build a new market.
The Hungarian government awarded a $1.57 billion contract to a consortium led by China Railway Group (CRG) to build the Hungarian section of a rail line linking Budapest with Belgrade, Serbia, in Chinaʼs first high-speed rail win in the European Union, Reuters reported today.
According to the “Education at a Glance 2015: OECD Indicators” report on Hungary published by the OECD yesterday, Hungary spends considerably less on education than most other OECD countries and expenditure levels have in fact declined since 2012.