The European Central Bank (ECB) released a report on euro convergence on Wednesday (23rd of May). They states that Hungary needs “stability-oriented economic policies” and “wide-ranging structural reforms”.
Spyce, the new restaurant in downtown Boston, decided to replace human chefs with robots. Their seven new automated cooking pots can simultaneously whip up meals in three minutes or less.
A sustainable, livable and well-functioning village was established in Zala County within two decades.
The Bank of England cited the loss of European Union workers as it warned that British companies are facing a mounting labor shortage.
BOOKR Kids – the Hungarian startup which revolutionized reading tales to children – will get a total of 314 million HuF support from the state-owned Hiventures Risk Capital Fund Management.
Workers at Luton Airport have voted to walk out on strike over the late May Bank Holiday weekend – with passengers warned to expect delays.
According to their announcement, Vodafone has come to an agreement with Liberty Global about buying its Hungarian, Czech, Romanian and German subsidiaries. It means a 18,4 billion euros bargain.
British Telecom announces that they plan to cut 13,000 (management and back-office) jobs in the next three years to achieve a cost reduction of £1.5bn.
After a number of other countries, from the 7th of May Russia has also banned Hungarian meat from its market.
The Polish airlines, LOT launches new direct flights between the cities of Budapest and Chicago, USA. This is the first direct flight connection between the two cities.