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Nánási, Tamás


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1.  Magyar Nemzet - Hungary | 09/10/2013

New front between Budapest and Brussels

The European Commission is considering launching new infringement proceedings against Hungary because only private households and not businesses benefit from the 21.1 percent decrease in ... » more

2.  Magyar Nemzet - Hungary | 28/06/2013

Hungary right to ban foreign currency lending

The European Commission announced this week plans to initiate new infringement proceedings against Hungary because Viktor Orbán's government imposed a partial ban on foreign currency ... » more

3.  Magyar Nemzet - Hungary | 22/06/2013

EU confirms Orbán's deviationist policy

The EU finance ministers decided on Friday to drop the excessive deficit procedure against Hungary that had been in effect since 2004. The conservative daily ... » more

4.  Magyar Nemzet - Hungary | 16/05/2013

Hungary's economic model successful after all

Hungary's economy has grown by 0.7 percent in comparison to the fourth quarter of 2012, while inflation is at a historical low. The economic data ... » more

5.  Magyar Nemzet - Hungary | 22/11/2012

Poor countries will be hardest hit

The initiatives of several member states aimed at a reduction in the EU budget for 2014 to 2020 give rise to concern that the budget ... » more

6.  Magyar Nemzet - Hungary | 07/09/2012

IMF demanding too high a price from Hungary

A list of drastic measures called for by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in return for lending Hungary money has been circulating in the Hungarian ... » more

7.  Magyar Nemzet - Hungary | 16/06/2011

Athens' fate is sealed

The EU is only delaying Greece's bankruptcy unnecessarily instead of preventing it, writes the conservative daily Magyar Nemzet: "The fate of Greece will remain in ... » more

8.  Magyar Nemzet - Hungary | 29/10/2008

The IMF will rule Hungary

The conservative newspaper Magyar Nemzet fears that the IMF will in future take over the business of government in Hungary. "The fate of the country ... » more

 

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