Will the significant pay hike happen finally?
Hungarian company to conquer the world
"There is good reason to assume that the government will use a new loan from the European Investment Bank to finance its cronies"
The average gross wage in Hungary rose by an annual 13.6 percent to EUR 940
Do you think that free language exams would motivate more to learn languages? :)
Two unconventional instruments will be introduced
"The government's fiscal policy continues to be characterised by predictability and stability,"
"Surprisingly, it is no longer Great-Britain that Hungarians send home the most money from."
There are still some financial issues...
Hungary is struggling hard with labour shortage. Especially public traffic and public service companies are in trouble. A solution could be wage union.
Household energy efficiency could become a 1,200 billions HUF (EUR 3.84 billions) worth market in Hungary that could help small businesses.
Labour shortage in Hungary has a brutal effect on businesses, since even the biggest companies cannot find shop assistants despite higher wages.
"More generous tax preferences for families with two children will save taxpayers 15 billion"
Fitch Ratings revised the outlook on Hungary's Issuer Default Ratings to 'positive' from 'stable'
The government helps the reconstruction of four schools and a hospital in Nigeria
Reflecting on the Paradise Papers
If you've been wondering what to do with your spare 35 million Euros...
Which district do you find the best in Budapest? :)
Eighty percent of the invoices will be paid out from an inter-state loan agreement concluded with Russia and the rest from Hungary's central budget
Economy Minister Mihály Varga participated at a Eurogroup meeting of EU finance ministers in Brussels on Monday