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Hvg is an opposition weekly paper and used to be called Heti Világgazdaság. Its articles are objective and well researched. It is frequently compared with the prestigious British news magazine The Economist.

Medium: weekly
Political orientation: Centre-left
Circulation: 54,700 (2014)
Frequency of publication: Weekly on Thursdays
Visits per month: 20.000.000 - 30.000.000
Online payment model: Some content subject to a charge

Location: Budapest, Hungary
Publisher: Mehrheitseigentümer: WAZ , Verlag: HVG Kiadó Zrt.
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1979

1037 Budapest, Montevideo utca 14.
Phone: 0036 14 36 20 45
Twitter: @hvg_hu

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1.  hvg - Hungary | 11/08/2015

Péter Techet on Western Europe's debt to the East

Western Europe still owes Eastern Europe for the past, but is very doing little about it, journalist Péter Techet criticises in the centre-left weekly Heti ... » more

2.  hvg - Hungary | 13/09/2012

Mandatory voter registration undemocratic

Hungary's national conservative government under Vikotr Orbán plans to introduce mandatory voter registration. Voters who fail to register at the latest 15 days before an ... » more

3.  hvg - Hungary | 18/07/2011

Gazprom wants to control Europe

Analysts in Greece are assuming that the Russian energy company Gazprom has the best chance of winning the bid to buy the Greek gas group ... » more

4.  hvg - Hungary | 28/04/2011

Massimo Pigliucci on the lack of critical minds

Fewer and fewer people are able to think critically, writes Italian philosopher Massimo Pigliucci in the left-liberal weekly Heti Világgazdaság, a failing he puts down ... » more

5.  hvg - Hungary | 24/08/2010

Attila Novák criticises Hungary's unsavoury business culture

Hungary's work culture and social culture are in deep trouble, Attila Novák, chief analyst of the political research institute Méltányosság, concludes in the online edition ... » more

6.  hvg - Hungary | 05/11/2009

Dominique Moïsi on the past that won't go away

Many nations are endlessly haunted by their past. The French politician Dominique Moïsi reflects in the left-liberal weekly Heti Világgazdaság on how a nation's way ... » more

7.  hvg - Hungary | 14/06/2006

The proposal for a two-speed Europe

Valery Giscard d'Estaing, former president of the European Convention on the EU constitution, complains in an interview with Julia Vasarhelyi about national egoism and the ... » more


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