A new representative poll by the Závecz Research Institute (ZRI) shows that support for the governing national-conservative party Fidesz is falling due to the unpopularity of the so-called "slave law" and opposition action.
Central and Eastern Europe is a region with healthy growth and massive potential, UniCredit stated at a workshop hosted at the annual Euromoney CEE Forum in Vienna, adding that it expects more of the same from the regionʼs economic environment.
Hungary’s inflation showed a decline after accelerating for eight months, and was lower than the consensus expectation of analysts. At the same time, the Central Statistical Office revised third-quarter GDP data, and the industrial output in October that exceeded expectations will surely contribute to an even better growth figure for 2018.
Budapestʼs Ferenc Liszt International Airport has received an official certificate verifying its carbon-neutrality, making it the only airport in the CEE region to meet the strict relevant environmental requirements, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
Consumer prices in Hungary rose 2.7% year-on-year in December, continuing to slow after an acceleration that lasted for much of the year, show the latest data from the Central Statistical Office (KSH). Consumer prices were up 2.8% on average over the year 2018.