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Section: Budapest Business Journal (Hungary)

      Szijjártó discusses support of Transcarpathia with Ukrainian counterpart
      Dec17

      Szijjártó discusses support of Transcarpathia with Ukrainian counterpart

      Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó and President of the Ukrainian Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee Hanna Hopko held negotiations on Tuesday, concerning the support provided to Transcarpathia, official government website kormany.hu reported yesterday. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

      Russia halts gas to Ukraine, imports to Hungary continue
      Nov27

      Russia halts gas to Ukraine, imports to Hungary continue

      Following reports that Russia’s Gazprom cut off gas deliveries to Ukraine, Magyar Földgázkereskedő, the gas trading unit of state-owned Hungarian Electricity Works (MVM), said yesterday that Hungaryʼs gas imports are continuing uninterrupted and at a level appropriate for secure supply, Hungarian news agency MTI reported today. …read...

      Despite halt to Ukriane, Hungaryʼs gas imports continue
      Nov27

      Despite halt to Ukriane, Hungaryʼs gas imports continue

      Following reports that Russia’s Gazprom cut off gas deliveries to Ukraine, Magyar Földgázkereskedő, the gas trading unit of state-owned Hungarian Electricity Works (MVM), said yesterday that Hungaryʼs gas imports are continuing uninterrupted and at a level appropriate for secure supply, Hungarian news agency MTI reported today. …read...

      Soros receives Order of Freedom award
      Nov13

      Soros receives Order of Freedom award

      Hungarian-born business magnate and philanthropist George Soros has been awarded the Order of Freedom by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, online news daily kyivpost.com reported late yesterday. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

      Ukraine resumes gas deliveries from Hungary
      Oct09

      Ukraine resumes gas deliveries from Hungary

      Deliveries of gas from Hungary to Ukraine resumed in October following a one-month hiatus, Ukrainian transmission system operator Ukrtransgaz said yesterday. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

      Ukraine resumes moderate level of gas imports from Hungary
      Aug13

      Ukraine resumes moderate level of gas imports from Hungary

      Ukraine will resume gas imports from Hungary, albeit at low volumes, Hungarian news agency MTI reported yesterday, citing Interfax-Ukraine. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

      OTP Bank raises capital at Ukrainian subsidiary
      May18

      OTP Bank raises capital at Ukrainian subsidiary

      OTP Bank on Friday said a capital increase to UAH 3,668,186,135 (€155 mln) from UAH 2,868,190,521 (€121 mln) was registered at its Ukrainian subsidiary, state news agency MTI reported. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

      Hungarian, Ukrainian business leaders meet in Kiev
      May14

      Hungarian, Ukrainian business leaders meet in Kiev

      More than 300 business representatives and experts from Hungary and Ukraine participated at a business conference in Kiev today, Hungarian news agency MTI reported. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

      Analyst: Upcoming months will tell why Templeton sheds debt
      May06

      Analyst: Upcoming months will tell why Templeton sheds debt

      Emerging Market specialist Franklin Templeton Investments could have reduced its Hungarian debt exposure to compensate its losses in Ukraine, and has so far caused no substantial market tension, CIB analyst Mariann Trippon told the Budapest Business Journal today. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

      Analyst: Upcoming months will tell Templetonʼs intentions
      May06

      Analyst: Upcoming months will tell Templetonʼs intentions

      Emerging Market specialist Franklin Templeton Investments could have reduced its Hungarian debt exposure to compensate its losses in Ukraine, and has so far caused no substantial market tension, CIB analyst Mariann Trippon told the Budapest Business Journal today. …read more Source: Budapest Business...