Nick Griffin, former leader of the U.K.ʼs far-right British National Party, has been expelled from Hungary by the Office of Immigration and Nationality on the suggestion of Hungarian state-owned Counter Terrorism Center (TEK), according to Hungarian online news portal 444.hu.
The Hungarian government has accepted the invitation of the governor of New York to discuss the issue of the Central European University (CEU), as listening to what the governor has to say is a “matter of courtesy”, Cabinet Chief János Lázár said yesterday during his weekly press conference.
Europe, including Hungary, will face the potential of a dire skills shortage by 2050; 35% of core skills will have changed within three years, and Hungary itself will only create 50,000 new jobs between now and 2025, according to Annemarie Muntz, one of the most influential voices in the labor industry.
Hungary’s unemployment rate dropped by 1.3 pp to 4.6% in the February-April period, as compared to the same period a year earlier, Hungaryʼs Central Statistical Office (KSH) reported today in a first release of data. However, professionals argue the actual rate is higher as the government includes those on its public work scheme.
PayPal is extending its Seller Protection program in Hungary, covering sellers with the full amount of their payment on eligible sales in cases of unauthorized payment, such as a hacked account or a buyer claiming not to have received an item ordered, according to a press statement sent to the Budapest Business Journal.