Szijjarto to hold talks with US companies on intensifying presence in Hungary
Peter Szijjarto, Hungary's minister of foreign affairs and trade, will hold talks with top US business managers on intensifying the presence of their companies in the Hungarian market, in New York on Thursday.
Budapest Airport takes ‘Cargo Hub of the Year’ award
Budapest Airport, which operates Liszt Ferenc International, has received the "Cargo Hub of the Year" award by Air Cargo News, it said on Wednesday.
Wizz Air to add 75 A321neo aircraft to fleet
Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air on Monday said it negotiated the purchase of 75 new A321neo aircraft from Airbus.
Viktória Berényi becomes the new Director of Sales at Matild Palace
From August 2022 Viktória Berényi holds the position of Director of Sales of Matild Palace. In order to achieve the sales goals of the hotel, she constantly supervises and coordinates the work of the sales team on a daily basis and ensures their effective ...
Quarter of Hungarian businesses plan lay-offs
A quarter of Hungarian businesses plan lay-offs by the end of the year, according to a survey by ManpowerGroup.
Bosch building HUF 4.2 billion engineering centre
German engineering giant Bosch is building a 4.2 billion forint (EUR 10.6m) engineering centre in Zalaegerszeg, in western Hungary, the minister of foreign affairs and trade said on Monday.
Fressnapf opens service centre in Budapest
The local unit of German pet food retailer Fressnapf is opening its shared services centre in Budapest, state secretary Levente Magyar said on Monday.
Halms Hungary to build EUR 40 million EV parts plant in E Hungary
Chinese-owned Halms Hungary will build a 40 million euro electric vehicle parts plant in Debrecen, in eastern Hungary, a government official said on Tuesday.
Szijjarto: Chinese battery manufacturer to invest HUF 3,000 billion
In the largest investment ever in Hungary, Chinese battery maker CATL is spending 3,000 billion forints (EUR 7.5bn) on building its second European manufacturing plant, in Debrecen, in eastern Hungary, the minister of foreign affairs and trade said on Monday.
Hungarian government launches business development scheme in Bosnia-Herzegovina
Applications for the Hungarian government's business development scheme in Bosnia and Herzegovina can be submitted from Wednesday on, Levente Magyar, deputy minister of foreign affairs and trade, said in Gradiska, in northern Bosnia, on Tuesday.