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Section: Budapest Business Journal (Hungary)

      Ukraine inflation rate lowest in more than 3 years
      Oct11

      Ukraine inflation rate lowest in more than 3 years

      The annual inflation rate in Ukraine edged down to 7.5% in September from 8.8% in the previous month, Trading Economics reported, citing data released by the country’s statistics agency Ukrstat. …read more Source:: Budapest Business...

      Over half foreigners seeking residence to work from Ukraine
      Sep27

      Over half foreigners seeking residence to work from Ukraine

      Last year the number of people arriving in Hungary seeking work more than doubled. While in 2017, this meant some 24,539 job seekers, the number had risen to 60,931 in 2018, data from the Hungarian Immigration and Asylum Office show. …read more Source:: Budapest Business...

      Fatal Collision: Cruise ship captain in custody
      May31

      Fatal Collision: Cruise ship captain in custody

      The Ukrainian captain of Viking Sigyn, the luxury ship involved in the fatal boat accident on the Danube on May 29, is now in custody, according to an official statement published on police.hu, the website of the Hungarian Police. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

      Ukrainian captain of cruise ship in custody
      May31

      Ukrainian captain of cruise ship in custody

      The Ukrainian captain of Viking Sigyn, the luxury ship involved in the fatal boat accident on the Danube on May 29, is now in custody, according to an official statement published on police.hu, the website of the Hungarian Police. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

      UkrTransNafta resumes oil deliveries through Druzhba pipeline
      May22

      UkrTransNafta resumes oil deliveries through Druzhba pipeline

      Ukraineʼs UkrTransNafta resumed deliveries of Russian crude to Hungary through the Druzhba pipeline on Tuesday after receiving notification from the pump station in Fényeslitke (NE Hungary) that it was ready to receive oil, the company said on its Facebook page. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

      Residence permits for non-EU nationals in Hungary doubled in 2017
      May21

      Residence permits for non-EU nationals in Hungary doubled in 2017

      Among EU member states, Hungary recorded the highest rate of increase (113%) in the number of residence permits granted to non-EU citizens in 2017, with the stock of valid permits granted standing at 117,026, according to EU statistical agency Eurostat. The highest numbers were issued to citizens of China, Ukraine and Russia. …read more...

      Ukraine halts transit of tainted Russian oil
      Apr26

      Ukraine halts transit of tainted Russian oil

      Ukraineʼs oil pipeline operator JSC Ukrtransnafta suspended transit shipment of Russian crude oil through the Mozyr-Brody main oil pipeline (Druzhba main pipeline) at 9:43 p.m. local time on April 25, Thursday, Hungarian news agency MTI reports, citing Ukrainian news portal unian.info. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

      Szijjártó says gas safe, even without Moscow-Kiev agreement
      Mar22

      Szijjártó says gas safe, even without Moscow-Kiev agreement

      Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said Alexey Miller, CEO of Russian energy company Gazprom, assured him at a meeting in Moscow on Thursday that gas deliveries to Hungary would continue next year even if Moscow and Kiev fail to reach an agreement on transit deliveries via Ukraine. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

      KKI screens Ukraine documentary
      Jan14

      KKI screens Ukraine documentary

      The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (KKI) will screen a documentary by Dániel Kiss called “Vortex – Ukraine’s Endless Conflict” on January 17, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

      ‘Permanent Revolution’: Ukrainian contemporary art at Ludwig Museum
      Apr08

      ‘Permanent Revolution’: Ukrainian contemporary art at Ludwig Museum

      The first major presentation of Ukrainian contemporary art in Hungary opened on Thursday at the Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art. …read more Source: Budapest Business...