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Világgazdaság



Világgazdaság is a business daily. It has a reputation for being outward-looking and critical of the government. Many of its readers are decision makers in different areas of business and trade, and most belong to Hungary's top income bracket. In addition to the editors, renowned experts from academic circles often contribute to its comment pages. It is known as "the green newspaper" because it is published on green paper.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Liberal
Frequency of publication: Monday to Saturday
Online payment model: Some content subject to a charge

Location: Budapest, Hungary
Publisher: Zöld Újság Zrt.
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1969

1082 Budapest Vajdahunyad u. 38-40.
Phone: 0036 14 89 11 95
E-Mail: vg@vg.hu
Internet: http://www.vg.hu/
Twitter: @vg_hu

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1.  Világgazdaság - Hungary | 04/05/2015

Harold James on the economic success of authoritarian states

States led by authoritarian regimes are sometimes better off economically than democratic states, historian Harold James comments in the liberal business daily Világgazdaság: "Authoritarian regimes ... » more

2.  Világgazdaság - Hungary | 08/04/2015

Hungary's emigration wave alarming

According to a current study by the Central Statistical Office in Hungary, the number of people emigrating from the country hit a record high in ... » more

3.  Világgazdaság - Hungary | 22/03/2013

Orbán secures favour of poorest tenants

Since the beginning of the year the Hungarian state has been paying ten percent of the heating and electricity costs for each household. The step ... » more

4.  Világgazdaság - Hungary | 19/01/2012

Without flat tax Orbán faces political end

Hungary is to scrap the 16 percent flat income tax rate it introduced in 2011. According to media reports the EU Commission is pushing Viktor ... » more

5.  Világgazdaság - Hungary | 27/09/2011

Better PR for Hungarian wines

Hungarian wines have so far failed to make a name for themselves on the global market. This prompts business paper Világgazdaság to call for better ... » more

6.  Világgazdaság - Hungary | 06/01/2011

Joseph Stiglitz criticises austerity at the expense of the poor

Following the disappointments of 2010 Europe and the US don't have much to look forward to in 2011, writes the Economics Nobel Prize winner Joseph ... » more

7.  Világgazdaság - Hungary | 08/12/2010

Hungary's economic policy self-destructive

The economic policy of Viktor Orbán's right-wing conservative government involves numerous risks, writes Hungarian ex-finance minister Péter Oszkó in the business paper ... » more

8.  Világgazdaság - Hungary | 18/11/2010

Europe's rescue top priority

Even the President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy has talked of the potential collapse of the EU, the business paper Világgazdaság notes deeply ... » more

9.  Világgazdaság - Hungary | 08/06/2010

End of the border dispute means Croatia can join EU

By approving an EU arbitration agreement for resolving the border dispute with Croatia on Sunday the Slovenians have at the same time freed the way ... » more

10.  Világgazdaság - Hungary | 05/01/2010

Harold James on cycles of economic discontent

Forget about economic cycles. Nowadays it's all about cycles of discontent with economic models, writes Harold James, historian at Princeton University, in the business paper Világgazdaság: ... » more

 

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