Hungary's new national assembly re-elected Viktor Orbán as prime minister on Saturday, with 130 votes in favour and 57 against, after which he took the oath of office, and addressed Parliament. Photos: Károly Árvai, Gergely Botár
Hungarian-owned Kerox Ltd. will build a new plant in Sóskút, Hungary with an investment of € 15 million (4.45 bn HUF) and the expansion of manufacturing capacity is made possible by the Government’s decision to support the project financially, State Secretary for Foreign Affairs and External Economic Relations Péter Szijjártó and Managing Director of Kerox Ltd. Attila Gábor Kovács announced at their joint press conference in Diósd, Hungary.
Hungary's economy has produced the best results in more than ten years, with the country arriving at the threshold of a great era of prosperity, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Sunday in his State of the Nation speech. He pointed out that Hungarians are slowly regaining confidence.
The Hungarian Government is targeting 4 percent economic growth by 2016, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said at a Chinese-Hungarian business forum held at the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) headquarters in Beijing.
Strategic agreements between large international companies and the Hungarian government have considerably boosted exports and thereby the country's overall economic performance, State Secretary for Foreign Affairs and External Economic Relations Péter Szijjártó told a press a conference.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's Speech at the Inauguration of the Village House Community Centre.
The exchange rate is exclusively in the Central Bank's scope of authority and government should keep away from openly discussing this issue, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Friday. He addressed a conference named after Alexandre Lámfalussy, a Belgian banker originally from Hungary, who helped bring about the creation of the euro.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán received his Polish counterpart, Prime Minister Donald Tusk, today in Budapest. The parties held a bilateral meeting, followed by the signing of intergovernmental agreements and a joint press conference.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán signed a strategic partnership agreement with Norwegian telecommunications company Telenor’s Executive Vice President Kjell-Morten Johnsen on Tuesday. The ceremony was also attended by Norwegian Ambassador to Hungary Tove Skarstein.