The coronavirus pandemic has had a seismic effect on the real estate sector, and the office segment is no exception.
Latest scuffle between Hungary and the EU comes as the European Commission prepares to publish its first report assessing the state of democracy and the rule of law in member states.
Acceptance of migrants has declined globally, and the nations of the Western Balkans that bore the brunt of the 2015-2016 migration crisis are now the least tolerant in the world, a new Gallup poll shows.
Innovation in electric batteries is central to electromobility and the transition to the green economy, but European firms have so far lagged behind their peers from East Asia.
Viktor Orban says he’s rooting for Trump’s reelection, views Hungary and Central Europe as defenders of conservative and Christian values pitted against the liberal West.
A significant proportion of the e-commerce goods originating from China arrive in Central and Eastern Europe from the Shenzhen area, putting Budapest in a strong position in the region's trade with China.
Hungary’s tourism sector was on track for another record year in 2020 before the pandemic hit the country, plunging it into a critical situation overnight.
Hungary-based producer of anti-bacterial coatings Resysten was doing respectably well before the coronavirus pandemic caused demand for its product to explode.
The deficit at the end of August reached HUF2.26 trillion, which is six times higher than the government’s initial target of HUF367bn.
Ever since the plague in Athens in 430 BC described by Thucydides, epidemics have followed movements of people and changed the course of history. Today Covid-19 risks challenging the foundations of business in our modern interconnected world
After the expulsion of the Central European University and attacks on critical NGOs, the Fidesz government took aim at left-leaning cultural institutions.
University's leadership stand down fearing loss of autonomy, saying foundation deprived them of "all essential powers".