Tag "szabályozás"

Magazine: About food regulations in an understandable way: The probiotics story

According to a recent survey, almost 60 percent of Hungarians know what probiotics are and the majority of them are familiar with their beneficial effects. Besides, half of consumers are...

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The EU is introducing stricter limits for the carcinogen content of foods

The European Commission is introducing stricter limits for heavy metals in food, such as cadmium and lead, with the aim of reducing the carcinogenic content of food, according to a...

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Tállai András: favorable rules for the Szép card until the end of the year

The favorable rules of the Szép Card could leave more than 50 billion HUF for those affected this year. In addition to the tax halved to almost half, the amount...

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China Orders Inspections To Prevent COVID Spread Via Cold Chain

China is carrying out sweeping inspections on food importers, supermarkets, e-commerce platforms and restaurants to prevent the spread of coronavirus through imported cold chain products, the country’s market regulator said...

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The government is preparing to regulate telework

The government will regulate telecommuting, as it has worked for both companies and employees during the coronavirus pandemic, the Secretary of State of the Ministry of Innovation and Technology (ITM)...

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Magazine: Some information about the rules regulating buyer power

In April 2019 Directive 2019/633 of the European Parliament and the European Council on unfair trading practices in business-to-business relationships in the agricultural and food supply chain (UTP Directive) was...

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Slovenia Introduces Regulation To Limit Trans Fats In Food Items

Slovenia has implemented a new regulation that limits the amount of trans fats in food items sold in the country. The regulation forbids the sale of food containing more than...

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Private borrowing to be tightened from October

From October 1, the National Bank of Hungary regulates the percentage of income that a household can spend on repaying a loan. The goal is for more people to choose...

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Stricter rules to be introduced in the city center of Amsterdam due to tourists

Stricter rules will be introduced in the center of Amsterdam, due to the enormous tourist tide that disturbs many local people, for example, it will be much simpler to fine...

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The German Government plans to tighten rules on online retail

The German Government would tighten the rules of online retail sales to curb tax evasion. It is planned that the operators of the marketplaces will be responsible for making traders...

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Online payment will be safer

The European Commission has adopted new rules to make transactions with credit cards safer and to make electronic payments made online more secure, to reduce the scale of payment fraud...

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Consumers to be free to order online

In the future, consumers will have the freedom to choose where they can order via the net, because online retailers can not refuse their purchase intention on the basis of...

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Less information on fertilizer packaging

At several points, the Ministry of Agriculture has amended the regulation regulating, inter alia, the information on the packaging of fertilizers. The goal was simplification, but there is still a...

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The European Commission proposes more transparent and predictable working conditions

The European Commission has adopted a new proposal for a directive on more transparent and predictable working conditions, which supplements and updates existing obligations under which workers should be informed...

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Next year will bring changes in the environmental protection product fee rules

As of 1 January 2018 the act on the environmental protection product fee will be amended again. An analysis by MAZARS has revealed that the new changes are primarily entailed by...

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The EU would easen the opportunities for food donation

The European Union would facilitate rules on food donation, thereby reinforcing action against the emergence of food waste, the EU commission announced. According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture...

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Heavier fines in e-commerce

According to the Consumer Conditions Scoreboard 2017, published by the European Commission on 25 July, the rapid expansion of e-commerce entails not only a higher level of consumer consciousness, but...

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HNT: The new regulation of wine grape sales aims to stabilize the income level of vine-growers

One of the aims of the new regulation of grape sales is to stabilize the income level of vine-growers – the secretary general of the National Council of Hunters (HNT)...

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The strenghtening of the social economy raises regulatory questions

Thanks to the spread of the Internet and smart devices, we can hear more and more about a whole new business model, the sharing economy. The names of Uber, Airbnb...

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Tax regulations on primary producers to change

From 1 January this year the rules on agricultural producers’ contribution payment have changed. The National Tax and Customs Office (NAV) draws attention that rules on income earned as advance,...

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The land use regulation of the vine and fruit tree nurseries has become more favorable

For the initiative of the National Association of Agricultural Economics (NAK) – and on the basis of the decision of the National Assembly – the land use regulation of the...

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The FM proposes a reasonable self-regulation in the dairy sector based on solidarity

The Ministry of Agriculture (FM) proposes a reasonable self-regulation based on solidarity, in the dairy sector to all participants – Fazekas Sándor Minister said after a professional forum on the...

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The new government regulation on tobacco packaging entered into force

The new government regulation on tobacco packaging entered into force on Saturday. Under the government decree, the new tobacco products will be marketed in an unified package, while the brands...

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EU proposal to fight tax fraud

In order to reform its obsolete VAT system, the European Commission (EC) has proposed an action plan to make it simpler, more resistant to fraud and more enterprise-friendly. VAT is...

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Drones with commercial aim to come

The Federal Aviation Administration issued the first operational rules to govern the commercial use of drones on Tuesday. The 600-plus pages of new regulations require drone operators to pass a...

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Negotiations about the simplification of the Common Agricultural Policy

The EU Agriculture and Fisheries Council negotiated in Brussels about the simplification of the Common Agricultural Policy and about the significant reduction in the relevant legislations. Czerván György Minister of...

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Hotel Association: private accommodations should be regulated

The activities of the private accommodations should not be banned, but there is a need to regulate them – according to the president of the Hungarian Association of Hotels and...

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A legislation may limit the consumption of energy drinks

The government plans to develop a legislation to limit the consumption of energy drinks – Rétvári Bence, Minister of State of the Department of Human Resources, responded to an MP....

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New EU rules on grape planting

The European Commission adopted a regulation about the extension of the wine-growing areas and about the introduction of a new grape planting licensing system – according to the committee’s website....

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