Maastricht state debt stood at 75.3pc of GDP at the end of December 2015, down from 76.2pc at the end Tovább
Hiába jelentette be az agrártárca a napokban, hogy a tejtermelők ideiglenes rendkívüli támogatást kapnak a rendkívüli piaci helyzetre való tekintettel. A termelők soron következő figyelemfelhívó demonstrációjukat 2016. április 4-én megtartják Budapesten, mintegy 8 kilométert vonulnak teheneikkel együtt.
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Maastricht state debt stood at 75.3pc of GDP at the end of December 2015, down from 76.2pc at the end of 2014, financial account figures published by the National Bank of Hungary (NBH) on show.
Hungary’s state-owned Budapest Bank (BB) group had consolidated net profit of HUF 14.7bn in 2015 according to Hungarian Accounting Standards, the bank said. The bank reported losses for the first time after twenty years of operation in 2014, when net losses came to HUF 38.7bn.