Children in Hungary have never been so few in number since at least 1870, figures of a microcensus conducted by the Central Statistical Office (KSH) last year show. Meanwhile, the number of those belonging to the old-age category has reached an all-time high.
A consortium of General Electricʼs Hungarian unit and Alstom Power System and the Russian company Silavie Masini are in the second round of a tender for turbine island equipment in the upgrade of Hungaryʼs Paks nuclear plant.
An overwhelming majority of people aged 14-25 in Hungary expects a lot more of their peers to work abroad than now within the next ten years, according to the latest survey.
Fidesz has further improved its positions among all voters in Hungary in November, while the rate of undecided has not changed since July, a poll by Závecz Research shows.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) will extend EUR 200 million in credit to the Hungarian government to help finance investments related to European Union programs. The loan contract was signed by Hungarian Minister for National Economy Mihály Varga and EIB Vice President Vazil Hudák in Budapest on Monday.