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Section: Budapest Business Journal (Hungary)

    ‘Permanent Revolution’: Ukrainian contemporary art at Ludwig Museum
    Apr08

    ‘Permanent Revolution’: Ukrainian contemporary art at Ludwig Museum

    The first major presentation of Ukrainian contemporary art in Hungary opened on Thursday at the Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

    “Permanent Revolution”: Ukrainian contemporary art at Ludwig Museum
    Apr06

    “Permanent Revolution”: Ukrainian contemporary art at Ludwig Museum

    The first major presentation of Ukrainian contemporary art in Hungary opened yesterday at the Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

    “Permanent Revolution”: Ukrainian contemporary art
    Apr06

    “Permanent Revolution”: Ukrainian contemporary art

    The first major presentation of Ukrainian contemporary art in Hungary opened yesterday at the Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

    Ukraine International Airlines launches daily Kiev-Bp flight
    Jun19

    Ukraine International Airlines launches daily Kiev-Bp flight

    The first flight of national carrier Ukraine International Airlines’ recently launched daily connection between Kiev and Budapest touched down on the runway of the Hungarian capital’s Ferenc Liszt International Airport on Thursday, according to a press statement sent to the Budapest Business Journal. …read more Source: Budapest...

    EU’s visa waiver for Ukraine may boost Debrecen Airport traffic
    May24

    EU’s visa waiver for Ukraine may boost Debrecen Airport traffic

    The European Union’s decision to waive visas for Ukrainian citizens from mid-June is expected to boost tourist traffic from Transcarpathia to Western Europe and Israel, Debrecen International Airport expects, in its position 130 kilometers from the Ukrainian border, according to a press statement sent to the Budapest Business Journal....

    Gov’t presents development funding for ethnic Hungarians in SW Ukraine
    Mar24

    Gov’t presents development funding for ethnic Hungarians in SW Ukraine

    Hungaryʼs government is informing ethnic Hungarians who live in Zakarpattia Oblast, the area of southwest Ukraine bordering with Hungary, of HUF 20 billion in grant money and preferential credit they can apply for this year, Minister of State for Economic Diplomacy Levente Magyar told Hungarian wire service MTI on Thursday. …read more...

    Ukraine carrier to launch Kiev-Budapest flight
    Mar13

    Ukraine carrier to launch Kiev-Budapest flight

    Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) is launching daily flights between Kiev and Budapest as of June 15, operating the route with Boeing 737-800 aircraft seating 183 passengers, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal by Budapest Airport Ltd., operator of Ferenc Liszt International Airport. …read more Source:...

    Government allocates HUF 2 bln for economic development in Transcarpathia
    Apr13

    Government allocates HUF 2 bln for economic development in Transcarpathia

    The Hungarian government has allocated HUF 2 billion in grant money this year to achieve economic development goals in Transcarpathia, a region in the west of Ukraine with a large ethnic Hungarian population, a resolution published in the official gazette Magyar Közlöny shows, according to Hungarian news agency MTI. …read more Source:...

    Six lawyers receive promotions at Kinstellar Hungary
    Apr01

    Six lawyers receive promotions at Kinstellar Hungary

    Simultaneous to the opening of its ninth office in Kyiv, Ukraine, Kinstellar Hungary announced a round of new appointments at its local office, according to a press release issued by the company yesterday. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

    OTP Bank raises capital of Ukrainian unit
    Jan26

    OTP Bank raises capital of Ukrainian unit

    Hungaryʼs OTP Bank said Monday that it had raised the registered capital of its Ukrainian unit to UAH 6.186 billion, about €228 million or HUF 72.1 bln, Hungarian news agency MTI reported. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

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