Central bank governor clashes with finance minister over who bears responsibility for the EU’s highest inflation.
Ruling Fidesz faction leader now uses "defamatory" film by Sweden’s public television as excuse for delaying Sweden's accession to Nato.
Population will decline below 9mn by 2043 from 9.63mn today and 10.7mn in 1980.
Automotive production rose 14.4% y/y in July, slowing from a 19.1% increase in the previous month.
Kyiv has said that it will take legal action against those EU member states that impose national bans against EU-wide trade rules.
"It is not right to do anything in foreign policy that harms the interests of other peoples," says Russian dictator who has fought a vicious war against Ukraine that is already being investigated for war crimes.
Share of Russian crude oil imports into Czechia is the highest since 2012 at 65%.
The government has faced an unusually stern criticism from the Fidesz faction for retroactively altering financial conditions for homes bound by existing contracts
Headline data slowed to 16.4% y/y from 17.6% in July, while core inflation eased to 15.2% in August from 17.5% in July.
Green growth is not yet happening in any advanced economies – and high-income countries are not on track achieve enough emissions reduction without more far profound changes in consumption.
Project will be the biggest R&D investment in Hungary to date, as country strives to become a global hub for EV battery production.
MNB director Balint Dancsi said lending is clearly slowing down in Hungary in line with international trends.
Probe launched into debts owed to Hungarian tourism accommodation operators that Booking.com blamed on a change of accounting and bookkeeping software.
Meeting with Turkish counterpart Erdogan produces no tangible sign that Moscow is preparing to budge on allowing Ukrainian ships safe passage.
Kyiv says that any decisions regarding the sale of Ukrainian grain in the EU must stick to the rules of the single market and the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU.
Private equity firm Advent International, Czech financial group PPF, and Czech energy tycoon Daniel Kretinsky remain among the bidders.
Transparency International finally wins access to documents exposing overpayments to companies close to the ruling Fidesz party after a two-year battle.
Kremlin-friendly government has yet to denounce textbook attacking the 1956 revolutionaries, a key source of identity for many Fidesz supporters.
The reference overnight deposit rate is now at 14%, which is only 100bp above the base rate at 13%.
The exemption for Slovnaft is in place until December due to Slovakia’s and Hungary’s high dependency on Russian crude.