MOL-PE Circular Economy Science Park Nonprofit, set up by Hungarian oil and gas company MOL and the University of Pannónia (Veszprém, western Hungary), will build a 30 billion forints (EUR 82.0m) innovation and research centre in Nagykanizsa, southwest Hungary, the Ministry of Innovation and Technology said.
Innovation and Technology Minister László Palkovics outlined plans to transform the Székesfehérvár-Börgönd airport, one of the country’s oldest, into a centre for recreational flight, instruction and research, after a meeting with local leaders on Saturday.
Tamási Hús Kft., Hungary’s top bacon producer, is expanding its production capacity in Tamási and improving its service infrastructure through a cumulative investment of EUR 42.6 million. The project entails the building of a new plant and warehouse, in addition to the installation of a set of new bacon slicers and roasters, a bacon press […]
German logistics company Metrans is building a new logistics base and container terminal in Zalaegerszeg, western Hungary, Péter Szijjártó, the minister of foreign affairs and trade, said.
In spite of warnings from the authorities, many people did not respect the rules.
While last year the number of guest nights spent in commercial accommodation fell by 40 per cent due to the coronavirus epidemic, it increased by 18 per cent in the seasonal private accommodation sector, which enables better distance, Illág Virág, head of the Siófok Communication and Tourism Office, informed MTI.
The towns of Veszprém and Balatonfüred in western Hungary are planning to host joint events in 2023, when Veszprém will be one of the Cultural Capitals of Europe (ECC), the government commissioner responsible for the event told a press conference.
Gifts offered during a Christmas fundraising organized by the Ministry of Defense in the children’s home of the Fejér County Child Protection Center in Székesfehérvár on December 16th, 2020.
The construction of a new nursery has been completed in Balatonszabadi, and in Somogyvár the investment is starting in a few days – local governments informed MTI.
A new kindergarten for 80 children can be built in Bakonysárkány with an investment of HuF 360 million, with the support of the Regional and Settlement Development Program – the mayor of the Bakonysárkány told MTI.