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The increase in the price not only of food, but also of raw materials was much higher than in other EU countries

Inflation broke decade-long records in most European countries last year, a substantial part of which was caused by the increase in the price of food. And food inflation can largely...

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Per capita food waste was 127kg in the EU in 2020

According to the latest data from Eurostat, food waste was 127kg per person in the EU in the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. Households in the EU generated 55%...

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Retail turnover in the euro area and the EU increased in November on a monthly basis

Retail sales in the euro area and the European Union increased in November in a monthly comparison. The statistical office of the European Union, Eurostat, announced on Friday that in...

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The highest annual inflation – 23.1 percent – was in Hungary

In November, inflation in the EU and the euro area also decreased compared to the previous month. In the EU, the highest annual inflation rate was measured in Hungary, the...

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Eurostat: Euro area annual inflation down to 10.0%

Euro area annual inflation is expected to be 10.0% in November 2022, down from 10.6% in October according to a flash estimate from Eurostat, the statistical office of the European...

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The garlic crop grew last year

Last year, 5,611 tons of garlic were harvested from 829 hectares in Hungary, 8 percent more than the previous year – according to the summary of the Institute of Agricultural...

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Hungary is in the lead: this is how food prices in Central Europe have risen

Eurostat’s fresh statistics, specifically just for food inflation, have come out, the first places of which have not changed significantly for months. This was also the case in October, the...

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Nébih: Hungarians throw away less food than the EU average

According to the latest Eurostat report, Hungarians throw away less food than the EU average – the National Food Chain Safety Office (Nébih) announced on Friday. In one year, almost...

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Eurostat: 127 kilograms of food was wasted per inhabitant in the EU in 2020

About 127 kilograms of food was wasted per inhabitant in the European Union in 2020, the first year of the coronavirus epidemic, the statistical office of the European Union, Eurostat,...

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In August, retail sales in the euro area decreased

In August, for the third month in a row, the volume of retail trade in the euro zone decreased, the statistical office of the European Union, Eurostat, announced on Thursday....

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Opinions differ as to why bread is the most expensive in Hungary

The opposition links it to the prime minister, experts prefer to explain why the inflation of food, including bread, has shot up with the Russians’ war against Ukraine. Euronews discusses...

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Inflation is lower in Romanian grocery stores than in Hungary

Although, according to official data, the rate of inflation in Romania was not much lower in August than in Hungary, the prices of several products that are extremely expensive at...

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Bread, meat, cheese, beer, and tea rose in price the most in Hungary within the EU

There are many foods and beverages whose prices in Hungary have increased most brutally in one year, examining the entire European Union. The price of bread is skyrocketing, but also...

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In July, retail sales rose in the euro area and the EU

In July, retail trade turnover increased by 0.3 percent compared to the previous month in both the euro zone and the countries of the European Union, based on the Monday...

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Inflation in the euro zone is at a record level, but still much lower than in Hungary

In the euro area, consumer prices rose by a record 9.1 percent in August compared to the same month of the previous year, the EU’s statistical office, Eurostat, announced on...

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Euro Zone Inflation Hits Yet Another Record High In August

Euro zone inflation rose to another record high this month, beating expectations and solidifying the case for further big European Central Bank rate hikes even before pries peak near the turn...

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Eurozone GDP growth in the second quarter was better than expected

In the second quarter, economic growth in the Eurozone was better than expected, based on the first estimate published on Friday by Eurostat. Eurozone’s gross domestic product (GDP) expanded by...

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In June, there was another inflation record in the euro area

In June, the annual inflation rate of the Eurozone rose to a new record of 8.6 percent from 8.1 percent in May, according to the European Union’s statistical office Eurostat’s...

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The euro area’s foreign trade deficit decreased in May

The negative balance of the foreign trade balance of the eurozone (in trade with countries outside the eurozone) was 26.3 billion euros in May, smaller than the record deficit of...

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(HU) Ideje kikapcsolni: testi-lelki betegségeket előzhet meg a nyári digitális detox

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Retail turnover increased in the euro area and stagnated in the EU in May on a monthly basis

Retail sales increased in May in the euro zone and stagnated in the European Union in a monthly comparison. The statistical office of the European Union, Eurostat, announced on Wednesday...

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The increase in producer prices slowed down on a monthly and annual basis in the euro area and the EU

The increase in producer prices in the euro area and the European Union slowed down both in a monthly and annual comparison. The EU’s statistical office, Eurostat, announced on Monday...

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Another inflation record was set in the euro area in June

The annual inflation rate of the Eurozone rose to a new record of 8.6 percent in June, from 8.1 percent in May, and was higher than the market expectation of...

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Unemployment in the euro area has fallen to a record low

Unemployment fell to a record high in the euro area in May, while it stagnated in the European Union. The EU’s statistical office, Eurostat, said on Thursday that the unemployment...

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Slovakia has the third lowest purchasing power as a share of GDP in the EU

The ma7.sk portal, points out that the purchasing power of the Slovak population and its level compared to the EU average has decreased significantly, having fallen by six places in...

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(HU) GKI: Több nettó kevesebb költséggel? – Magyarország és Románia keresetei alapján

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Euro area GDP grew faster than previously estimated

On a quarterly basis, euro area gross domestic product grew at a higher rate than in the preliminary estimate and in the previous quarter, according to a report by Eurostat,...

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Retail sales declined in the euro area and the EU

Retail sales declined in April in the euro area and the European Union on a monthly basis. The European Union’s statistical office, Eurostat, said on Friday that retail sales fell...

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Record inflation in the euro area in May

Inflation in the euro area rose to another record high in May, according to a report released on Tuesday by Eurostat, the European Union’s statistical office. According to preliminary data,...

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Eastern EU Member States are hit hardest by rising food prices

The eastern member states of the European Union are hit hardest by rising food prices, the German Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) said in an analysis on Wednesday.   According to...

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