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Is there a finer European city than Budapest? When it comes to classic good looks steeped in history and culture, Hungary's capital lays serious claim to the crown. From the neo-Gothic splendor of the Parliament building to the disorderly comfort of its legendary ruin bars, Budapest carries itself with effortless charm on every beautiful street corner. While the city's many thermal spas, not to mention restaurants serving hearty Hungarian fare, make it perfect in winter, warm summers see locals enjoy open air pools and leafy strolls on Margaret's Island in the middle of the majestic Danube. When it gets too warm, there are easy escapes to the fresh air and greenery of the Buda Hills via the cog railway or Zugliget chairlift.
Real estate prices to keep rising - GKI
MTI – Econews
Wednesday, May 8, 2019, 12:00
Real estate prices are set to rise in every category in the next 12 months in Hungary, with prices of resale homes rising the most, economic research institute GKI said on Wednesday based on its representative survey conducted in April.
The survey shows that the average price of resale homes is expected to rise by 5.3% in the next 12 months from April, while the price of new homes should rise by 6%, according to a summary of the findings by state news wire MTI. Office building prices could rise by 2.3%, while store facility and warehouse prices could be up by 5% and 3.3%, respectively.
On the office market, average occupancy in Budapest fell to 90.6% in the first quarter, from 91.6% three months earlier. In the eastern part of the country, occupancy rose to 87% in April, from 84% in January, while in western Hungary the index rose to 92% in April, from 90% in January.
GKIʼs gauge of plans and prospects of real estate companies as well as households in the property market reached 12 points in Budapest, up by three points from the previous survey in January, while the national index was down by more than one point at 9 points.
Pepco to set up logistics base near capital
Tuesday, April 16, 2019, 17:15
Discount apparel and household products retailer Pepco, subsidiary of South African based investment company Pepkor, will set up a HUF 27.2 billion regional logistics center in Gyál, on the outskirts of Budapest, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said Tuesday. The government is awarding HUF 1.9 bln for the investment.
The 100,000 square-meter base will be completed by 2022, enabling the company to serve all the countries in the region, said Szijjártó at a press briefing announcing the investment in Budapest on Tuesday.
Robin Taylor, managing director of Pepkor Hungary, Pepcoʼs Hungarian unit, attributed the investment to the companyʼs fast expansion, adding that the location for the base was picked because of its geographical position and advanced infrastructure, according to state news agency MTI.
Pepco will serve 140 domestic stores, as well as an additional 500 units in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania and Bulgaria from the new base. The firm will start recruiting new staff later this month, hiring 400 workers by next spring.
Szijjártó was cited by official government website kormany.hu as saying that the investment will create more than 1,000 jobs in total by its completion in 2022, while also establishing a market for local firms by distributing Hungarian products.
The minister noted that the logistics sector accounted for 6.2% of Hungarian GDP in 2018, generating HUF 4 trillion and providing work for a total of nearly 300,000 people, more than the automotive industry, while the 34% expansion in investments in the sector was double the average growth in domestic investment.
Founded in 2015, Pepkor Hungary posted after-tax profit of over HUF 3 bln on sales revenues of more than HUF 36 bln in the business year ended in September 2018, noted kormany.hu.
Formed in 2004, Pepco operates a total of 1,600 outlets in the Czech Republic, Croatia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Romania, and Bulgaria, employing some 16,000.
Norwegian company Central European Aviation Cluster, in partnership with Norway’s Pilot Flight Academy, will establish a pilot training centre in Hévíz
, in partnership with Norway’s Pilot Flight Academy, will establish a pilot training centre in Hévíz from a €15 million investment, Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister Péter Szijjártó announced on Monday. More >>
Hungary Jobless Rate Reaches 3.6%
30 Apr 2019 8:19 AM
Hungary’s three-month rolling average jobless rate reached 3.6% in January-March, unchanged from the previous three-month period and edging down from 3.9% twelve months earlier, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said.