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KSH: real earnings grew by 6.2 percent in 2020

The average gross earnings of full-time employees were 449,400 HUF last December, 10.6 percent higher than a year earlier. In 2020, gross average earnings reached 403,600 HUF and net average...

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Analysts: base rate remained unchanged as expected

The market did not expect the central bank base rate to change, the decision of the Monetary Council of the Magyar Nemzeti Bank (MNB) on Tuesday met analysts’ expectations, experts...

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The median wage has risen by 91 percent since 2010

In ten years, the average wage and the median wage also increased strongly in Hungary – the Vice-President of the Central Statistical Office (KSH) told MTI on Tuesday. Windisch László...

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Hungary will remain an attractive investment destination in the coming years

Encouraging investment and development is at the heart of the government’s Economic Relaunch Action Plan – Varga Mihály said at a meeting of the heads of mission of the Ministry...

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Moody’s: the Hungarian economy is expected to reach its pre-coronavirus performance next year

The performance of the Hungarian economy is expected to reach the level before the coronavirus pandemic again next year, and as a result, the public debt ratio, which has swelled...

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Coface: the Hungarian economy may expand by 4 percent this year

After the economic shock caused by the pandemic, the world economy may expand by 4.3 percent in 2021, and Hungarian GDP may grow by 4 percent, according to the forecast...

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Analysts: GDP growth by the end of 2020 may indicate a faster-than-expected recovery

Gross domestic product (GDP) growth in the fourth quarter of last year became higher than the analysts’ expectations. It suggests a much higher-than-expected recovery capacity in the economy, meaning a...

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KSH: GDP decreased by 5.1 percent in 2020

Hungary’s gross domestic product (GDP) increased by 1.1 percent in the fourth quarter of last year, compared to the previous quarter and decreased by 3.7 percent, compared to the same...

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MKIK-GVI is constantly improving business confidence

In January, MKIK GVI asked 349 executives about their company’s business situation and prospects for the next six months for the quarterly business survey. (MTI) According to the results of...

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2021 could be a year of inflation

This year, the largest central banks can still print an astonishing amount of money, while growth can start as well privatbankar.hu, wrote. The money press could prevent a bigger fall...

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