The number of Hungarians working abroad is about 300,000, with most of them working in Austria. Compared to neighboring countries, this is a low number, Piroska Szalai, advisor at the Ministry of National Economy told daily Magyar Idők.
Doing their bit to counter the worrying decline in global bee populations, state-owned forestry companies in the north of Hungary and the south of Slovakia yesterday launched a two-year project to renew their beekeeping traditions, supported by HUF 340 million in European Union cross-border funding.
Hungary’s economy is likely to kick off the year in a better position than it did in 2017, as expansion is now based on solid ground, says the economy minister. Although 2018 is an election year, fiscal stability will not be influenced by this, the minister insists.
The prime ministers of the Visegrád Group (the V4 of Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia) will decide on the time frame for establishing a regional development bank at a summit in Budapest on January 26, Hungaryʼs PM Viktor Orbán said today.
Residential real estate prices continued to grow in the third quarter of 2017, both compared to the previous quarter and year-on-year. Prices rose not only in Budapest, but in other cities too.