The new investment project of American aluminium producer Alcoa in Székesfehérvár, central Hungary, will open a new chapter in Hungarian-US economic cooperation, State Secretary for External Economic Relations Péter Szijjártó said on Monday.
The national flag was hoisted in front of Parliament on Saturday morning, as the start of state celebrations marking the anniversary of Hungary's Revolution that broke out on 15 March 1848. Summary.
The test period of a video-based sign language interpretation service was launched on Monday with the objective of facilitating communication for people with hearing impairments as well as to make possible the employment of more people with disabilities, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said.
The national flag was hoisted in front of Parliament on Saturday morning, as the start of state celebrations marking the anniversary of Hungary's revolution that broke out on 15 March 1848. President János Áder, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, Speaker of Parliament László Kövér, as well as members of the Government, representatives of political parties and diplomats attended the ceremony.
Japanese company AGC Glass Hungary, which manufactures windshields, opened its newest production unit at its factory on Thursday in the industrial zone of Tatabánya, Central Transdanubia. The investment, totalling 3.5 bn HUF (€ 10 million), will create 140 new jobs by the end of the year.
Takata's 68 million euro investment in Miskolc is an example of how the northeast Hungarian city is once again becoming an industrial and economic centre, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán state on Wednesday at the foundationstone-laying ceremony for the Japanese car supplier's new plant.
Hungarian State Secretary for Foreign Affairs and External Economic Relations Péter Szijjártó met United States Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Eurasian Affairs Hoyt Brian Yee and Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Diplomacy Amos Hochstein on Tuesday to discuss Hungarian-American economic cooperation and Europe's energy security.
Without the investments of big international companies there would be no jobs or economic growth, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said at the inauguration of Procter and Gamble’s new plant in Gyöngyös. The factory will manufacture diapers, creating 150 new jobs.
Hungary's tourism achieved record-high results in 2013, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in Siófok on Monday, following talks with hotel managers of the Lake Balaton region.
The Government has put the country's health-care system on a sure footing and hospital debt has been cut by a quarter, while a 300 billion forint (EUR 968.7m) development programme is under way, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Monday.