Europe’s on the brink of an energy crisis

As the utility cost reduction program comes under siege from Brussels and Hungary’s unlikely, Gyurcsány-led liberal-far-right coalition, energy prices in Europe continue to surge.


A rising tide lifts all boats

The author of this blog post is László György, Hungary's Minister of State for Economic Strategy and Regulation.


PM Orbán: Hungarian economy has reached its pre-pandemic performance

In his regular radio interview, Prime Minister Orbán highlighted that the economic situation will make it possible for the government to embark on measures that will affect millions of people, such as tax rebates, wages increases and the pension premium.

Oct 8, 2021 - Zoltán Kovács

One with Nature 2021: Finally in motion

However integral hunting may be to our culture, if we fail to synthesize and articulate in a clear way what we think about the world that surrounds us, it will be worth nothing.

Sep 28, 2021 - Zoltán Kovács

‘One with Nature’ World Expo to kick off on Saturday

Following years of preparation and countless side events throughout the country, Hungary will once again become the place to be for nature lovers on the 50th anniversary of Hungary’s legendary 1971 World Hunting Expo.

Sep 24, 2021 - Zoltán Kovács

PM Orbán: Migration will not solve demographic problems

The main commitment of Hungarian family policy is to turn children into an economic advantage. We want women to be able to choose whether to work or not, without any financial pressure, Viktor Orbán said at the 4th Budapest Demographic Summit.

Sep 23, 2021 - Zoltán Kovács