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Garry Kasparov with two Polgár sisters (Zsófia on the left and Judit on the left) at the Budapest chess festival | Imre Földi / MTI

Kasparov attends Budapest Chess Festival

D&T
Sep 30, 2013

The guest of honor of the 7th annual Aquaprofit Polgár Chess Festival in Budapest was former Russian world champion Garry Kasparov who accompanied the three famous Hungarian Polgár sisters, Judit, Zsófia and Zsuzsa.

Sándor Tarics | MTI/Hungarian Chief Consulate

Hungarian Olympic champion turns 100

D&T
Sep 25, 2013

The oldest living Olympic Champion, Sándor Tarics, who won gold in the 1936 Olympics with the Hungarian water polo team turned 100 this past Monday. He was honored by the International and the Hungarian Olympic Committee.

| Dávid Harangozó

Legal tobacco sales decline in Hungary

D&T
Sep 23, 2013

Cigarette sales have declined dramatically in Hungary, statistics published by the National Tax and Financial Control Administration (NAV) showed. In the meantime, there are more and more reports of illegal trading of tobacco in the country.

| Dávid Harangozó

A firm French presence in Budapest

“Our mission is to create and offer Hungarians innovative and unique programs in education and the arts that explore the evolving diversity and richness of French culture,” said the Director of the French Institute in Budapest, Francois Laquieze.

Coloplast expansion in Hungary | János Marjai/MTI

Coloplast EUR 70 million expansion in Hungary

D&T
Sep 19, 2013

Danish medical supplies company Coloplast will expand its production capacities in Hungary over the next two years. "We're growing year by year and need therefore more space and more production capacity," said Coloplast CEO Lars Rasmussen in a statement.

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Best of Budapest & Hungary Gala in Sárvár

D&T
Sep 17, 2013

September 29-30 this year will see the 1st Best of Budapest & Hungary Gala outside Budapest that will be organized in the spa town of Sárvár, Western Hungary along with the 'Destination Hungary' hospitality and tourism conference.

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DT Club presents French issue

D&T
Sep 16, 2013

50-60 people (diplomats and businesspeople as well as members of the French community in Budapest) attended the latest meeting of the Diplomacy & Trade Business Club (‘The Club’) that presented the paper’s recent French country focus.

MOL CEO Zsolt Hernádi | hirado.hu

Hungarian company chief summoned to Croatia

D&T
Sep 12, 2013

Croatia’s anti-graft authority USKOK has summoned Zsolt Hernádi, Chairman-CEO of Hungarian fuels group MOL, for a hearing on September 25 as a suspect in a bribery case that resulted in a ten-year prison sentence for Croatia’s former Prime Minister.

Mihály Patai | bankszovetseg.hu

Government ultimatum unacceptable to banks

D&T
Sep 11, 2013

The Hungarian Banking Association cannot accept the ultimatum given to financial institutions by the government, because the banks cannot solve the problem of foreign currency mortgages on their own, without a contribution by the state.

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Brazilian National Day

D&T
Sep 9, 2013

The new Brazilain Ambassador to Hungary, Valter Pecly Moreira, invited guests to the Institute and Museum of Military History in the Buda Castle celebrate the Opening Reception of the Brazil Week on the occasion of the country's National Day.

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Brazilian National Day

D&T
Sep 9, 2013

The new Brazilain Ambassador to Hungary, Valter Pecly Moreira, invited guests to the Institute and Museum of Military History in the Buda Castle celebrate the Opening Reception of the Brazil Week on the occasion of the country's National Day.

Hungary concedes the first goal in Bucharest | Tibor Illyés / MTI

Hungary loses key qualifier in Bucharest

D&T
Sep 6, 2013

Hungary's national football side lost 3-0 away to Romania in Europe's qualifying Group D of the 2014 football World Cup. This defeat significantly reduces Hungarian chances to finish at least second in the group, a place in the play-off stage.

Hungarian Parliament

Hungary further slips in competitiveness

D&T
Sep 5, 2013

Hungary ranks 63rd - three places worse than last year - on the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Index (GCI 2013-2014), which features a record number of 148 economies. This puts Hungary to the 24th place in the 28-member EU.

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