Tag "energiaárak"

A surplus of 1,481 million euros in foreign trade

A robust surplus of 1,481 million euros was generated in foreign trade in June, far exceeding all expectations, which is a new historical high, thanks to the moderation of energy...

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EM: the energy prices of tens of thousands of micro and small businesses will be halved

In accordance with the previous announcement, the price of electricity for micro-enterprises with universal service above the band limit will be reduced to the level of the retail market price,...

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K&H: Large companies also suffer from high energy prices

Large companies are sensitively affected by the rise in energy prices, but fortunately their operations are not threatened, according to the last quarter measurement of the K&H large company growth...

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Village bakery

When the rapidly rising energy prices made the owner of the local bakery in Winterhausen, Germany (population: 1,500) realise that it can only survive by selling bread for 8 euros...

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Because of the sanctioned energy prices, farmers need extraordinary EU support

The majority of the agriculture ministers requested the activation of the agricultural reserve due to the negative effects of high energy prices on the agricultural sectors. Due to the war...

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The Minister of Agriculture told the truth about the rise in food prices – this is what awaits us in 2023

Consumers are affected by the continuous increase in food prices, many people buy less than before. However, the words of Agriculture Minister István Nagy about food price caps shocked everyone....

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World tourism is recovering

The latest tourism data published by the WTO are encouraging – we read in the latest VIMOSZ newsletter. According to the WTO’s latest barometer, tourism continues to recover and by...

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Solutions

Recently a Hungarian school has informed parents in a letter that from now on soup will only be served at lunch 2-3 times a week, and the children will get...

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Germany’s Aldi Nord To Shorten Opening Hours To Cut Energy Bill

German discount grocery store chain Aldi Nord will shorten opening hours at numerous branches from November in a bid to save energy costs, the company said. Aldi Nord is the first food...

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Sweets industry requests the Government to immediately intervene in Germany

The explosion in energy prices in Germany threatens to make domestic confectionery and snacks producers non-competitive in the EU and internationally. Bastian Fassin, head of the German confectionery industry association,...

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Association of Hungarian Shopping Centers: many shops are in big trouble right now

Due to the extraordinary circumstances in some shopping centers, for example, the temperature of the common areas was raised by a few degrees during the summer, the shops were informed...

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Euro Zone Inflation Confirmed At 9.1% As Energy, Food Prices Surge

Euro zone inflation hit another record high of 9.1% in August, EU statistics office Eurostat confirmed on Friday, driven by sharply higher energy and food prices, and was likely headed...

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TakarékBank: foreign trade balance is significantly worse compared to last year

A significantly larger than expected deficit of 1,150 million euros occurred in foreign trade in July, following a deficit of 408 million euros in June. The euro value of exports...

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Shops and restaurants in Rome are protesting against rising energy prices by displaying utility bills

Electricity and gas bills are displayed in the shop windows of Rome’s shops and restaurants at the request of trade and consumer protection organizations, which want to protest the skyrocketing...

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Some shops may need to close at 8 pm

Among the poorer countries, there are now plenty of examples of energy supply problems that deeply affect everyday life, for which European governments are currently only trying to prepare. It...

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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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