Tag "energiaárak"

A kilo of bread will soon cost 1,000 HUF

Bakers are preparing to raise the price of bread and all their other products, because in addition to raw materials, energy is also rapidly becoming more expensive. In a few...

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More and more companies are cutting back on production due to increasing energy prices

Many industrial companies in Germany are reducing production in response to rising energy prices, reports Handelsblatt, referring to a survey published by the country’s Chamber of Industry and Commerce (DIHK)...

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New energy prices are challenging everyone

Although we knew this in advance, it still hurts now that we cannot maintain the level of energy prices moderated by utility cost reduction. However government does not release the...

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VPK: Partnership isn’t just a word

Our magazine interviewed Bart Dobbelaere, managing director of VPK Packaging. – We are living in a period that is full of challenges. As its managing director, how do you see...

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Croatian hotels are waiting for state intervention due to higher energy prices

Croatian hotels are expected to see revenue growth this year, but their costs will also be significantly higher, which slows investment, so they expect government intervention, the Croatian Tourist Board...

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(HU) Folytatódhat a vendéglátó szektor helyreállása

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The outlook for the canning industry is also deteriorating due to market uncertainties

The prospects of the canning industry are significantly worsened by the market uncertainties that have not been experienced for decades, according to a summary published on the website of Fruitveb...

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Inflation in the euro area hit a record high at the end of the year

Inflation in the euro area accelerated to a record high in December, mainly due to continued significant increases in energy prices. According to a preliminary estimate by Eurostat, the European...

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(HU) Csehországban jövőre több mint 7 százalékos infláció várható

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GKI: 2018 was probably the best year of the decade for Hungary

GKI estimates that Hungary’s GDP expanded by 4.6 per cent in 2018 and this rate was remarkably high in the EU. The growth cycle is likely to have reached its...

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20 percent increase in egg prices contributed to the November inflation

Last month, mainly due to rising fuel prices and egg prices, the annual rate of inflation increased to 2.5 percent, Várhegyi Judit, head of department of the Hungarian National Bank...

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