- Expected Amendments To The Tax Legislation For 2017
- Supreme Court ruling on hostile takeover defence costs
- New rules of e-signature
- The Rules Of Compensation For Debt Recovery Costs
- Provisions on the new Employee Stock Ownership Plan
- Public Health Product Tax – Tax Allowance For Health Promotion Programmes
- The Most Important Tax Legislative Changes Effective From 2016
- The Legal Aspects Of Telework
- Easier Data Transfer To Countries Outsite The EU
- New Feature For Invoicing Softwares Required
- Mandatory Employment Of Fire Protection Specialists
- Amended Rules Of Proceedings For The Protection Of Possession
- Changing Advertising Tax Rates
According to Hungarian wire service MTI, Minister of the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) János Lázár visited the Igazi Csíki Sör (Real Csíki Beer) factory, located in Csíkszentsimon (romanian: Sânsimion), Romania. While at the Transylvanian brewery, Lázár the Hungarian government’s hope that Heineken and Csíki Sör, or as he referred to them, “David and Goliath”, can come to an agreement in their ongoing debate over copyright issues. More... - Also on the subject: Hungary threatens to ban Heineken's red star as 'communist'
Budapest airport has invited retailers to submit expressions of interest (EOI) for an upcoming speciality retail tender process in the terminal’s SkyCourt area and terminal 2A. Spanning some 550sq m, several new five-year contracts are available in Hungarian souvenirs and fine food, fashion and accessories as well as watches and jewellery in a move to elevate Budapest’s current retail proposition. More...
Dutch brewer Heineken has rejected accusations from Hungary that its trademark red star is a symbol of communism, as brewers have used the logo since the Middle Ages. The Hungarian government wants to ban the commercial use of all “totalitarian symbols,” including anything associated with the country's communist and Nazi past. More...
EurActive / By Sarantis Michalopoulos
An EU infringement procedure launched against Hungary about a law that regulates pharmacies has been unjustifiably stalled for more than two years, raising concerns among foreign investors. In 2010, Hungary’s Fidesz-led government decided to amend a law that regulates the operation of pharmacies. The amended “Gyftv” law, in particular, required pharmacists, who are basically Hungarians, to become the majority shareholders of the pharmacies they work in. More...
Hungary Matters via politics.hu
The OECD acknowledged structural reforms Hungary’s government has undertaken over the past two years in a report on Friday, but said there is still room to reduce bureaucracy for businesses, improve competition in the service sector and reduce the tax wedge on wages. More...
Last week, the Foreign Minister of Hungary, Péter Szijjártó, visited Georgia to bolster the bilateral relations between the two countries and prepare the stage for PM Orban’s visit in April. In an exclusive interview with GEORGIA TODAY, the FM started off by highlighting the importance of mutual economic cooperation and trade, stating that they want to raise the level of economic ties to the level of political relations. More...
Hungary’s right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held talks on Tuesday with Salgótarján Mayor Zsolt Fekete of the opposition Socialists on a comprehensive HUF 90 billion-plus plan to develop the northern Hungarian city into a regional economic, cultural and sports centre. More...
Central Statistical Office
In January 2017, average gross earnings increased by 10% compared to the same period of the previous year mainly due to a significant rise in the minimum wage and the guaranteed minimum wage. Details...
ElringKlinger, one of the world's leading automotive suppliers, invests in a Hungarian location in Kecskemét. A building with an initial production space of 10,000 sqm is currently under construction. The first door module carriers made of organo sheets will be rolling off the serial production line at the newly built facility in late 2017. More...