Hungary has the second-highest rate of growth of knowledge-intensive occupations in all of Europe, with the number of people working at the most knowledge-intensive firms of the country growing from 321,300 in 2012 to 424,900 in 2019, according to a new report by think tank European Center for Entrepreneurship and Policy Reform.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that Fidesz was "one centimeter away" from quitting the European Peopleʼs Party (EPP), after the majority of EPP MEPs voted in favor of continuing Article 7 proceedings in Hungary and Poland yesterday, according to multiple reports.
Although industrial production was weaker in October than previous months, analysts remain optimistic about the fourth quarter performance. The same can be said of the inflation rate; although it exceeded the 3% mark in November, market players think it only temporary.
Hungarian food safety authority NÉBIH on Wednesday said it detected avian flu virus at a duck farm in Hajdú-Bihar County (about 215 km east of Budapest), marking the second major discovery of the H5N8 strain of the virus in the country in the last few days, state news wire MTI reports.
The National Food Chain Safety Office (Nébih) announced that it has detected the H5N8 strain of bird flu at a large turkey farm in Komárom-Esztergom country. Hungaryʼs chief veterinary officer ordered poultry to be kept indoors.