The must-have newsletter about Hungary

[1014] Coronavirus | Rule of law debate | IMF forecast

MINISTER ACCUSES EC OF YIELDING TO INFLUENCESZIJJÁRTÓ: WHO SATISFIED WITH HUNGARY'S HANDLING OF CORONAVIRUS PANDEMICTWENTY-EIGHT FATALITIES, REGISTERED CORONAVIRUS INFECTIONS UP 1,025 IN HUNGARYNEW RAPID PCR TEST DEVELOPED IN HUNGARYFIRST HUNGARIAN PATIENTS RECEIVE DOMESTICALLY PRODUCED REMDESIVIRHUNGARIAN, SLOVENIAN PMS TO LAY CORNERSTONE FOR POWER LINEJUSTICE MINISTER WANTS MEETINGS OF EU AFFAIRS OFFICIALS TO BE MADE PUBLICCORONAVIRUS - FIDESZ: HUNGARY RESPONSE MEASURES CONSISTENT WITH EUROPEAN LAWSZIJJÁRTÓ OPENS CONSULATE IN GENEVANETANYAHU: HUNGARIANS, ISRAELIS MORE UNITED THAN EVERSÜLI: NEW PAKS BLOCKS WILL LEAD TO CARBON DIOXIDE EMISSIONS CUT OF 17 MILLION TONNES PER YEARIMF SEES HUNGARY ECONOMY CONTRACTING 6.1% THIS YEAR, REBOUNDING EXPANDING 3.9% IN 2021HUNGARY ECONOMIC OUTPUT FORECAST TO SHRINK BY 4.7% IN 2020 - TAKARÉKBANKINDUSTRIAL OUTPUT FALLS 2.1% IN AUG - 2ND READINGIMPACT OF COVID-19 CRISIS ON STATE-OWNED COMPANIES OVER HUF 100 BNEMPLOYERS' ASSOC REJECTS MUNI COUNCIL'S NEW TAX PROPOSAL TO REBOOT ECONOMYRESUMPTION OF POULTRY EXPORTS TO THAILAND AND JAPAN FROM ALL PARTS OF HUNGARY POSSIBLEDRAMA, FILM THEATRE LEADERSHIP TO CONSIDER UNIVERSITY 'STUDENT REPUBLIC' TERMINATEDSCULLY RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION OPENS IN BUDAPEST
show more

 

Hungary Matters covers essential news about Hungary and beyond. Whether you’re a decision-maker, diplomat or in business, our newsletter delivered to your inbox every weekday is indispensable. Receive Hungary Matters compliments of MTI, the National News Agency, and MTVA, the Hungarian Media Service Support and Asset Management Fund.

The Hungary Matters Desk
MTI/MTVA