The EU on 14 July unveiled the details of its proposed Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism, which aims to protect EU CO2 emitters from carbon leakage by making exporters to the EU market pay for the CO2 they produce.
Viktor Orban's government has refused to deny accusations that it used Israeli spyware to watch journalists and political opponents.
March draws 30,000 in protest against Fidesz's new law banning the depiction of homosexuality in schools.
Referendum widely seen as diversion from Pegasus wiretapping scandal and the suspension of recovery fund money from Brussels.
The world’s largest global debt and equity investors are continuing to invest in renewable energy despite the pandemic, driven by the wealth of investment opportunities, the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis said.
Ruling party to boycott parliamentary committee meeting on its alleged use of Israeli software to spy on journalists and opposition politicians.
At least 10 Hungarian lawyers, one opposition politician and five journalists' phone numbers are on the leaked list of potential targets.
The first half was particularly strong in the mid-market and smaller-ticket segment.
The European Commission is to publish legislation on July 14 that will detail the EU’s plans, dubbed “Fit for 55,” to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 55% from 1990 levels by 2030 as part of wider reforms to European energy and climate laws.
Inflation hit a new record for this year, and the highest figure since end-2012.
Issuance has been impressive but in some countries green bonds are still to get off the ground, while in others there is a shortage of high-yield, local currency or 'dark green' issues.
EC President Ursula Von der Leyen demands that Hungary amend its paedophilia law or it will face legal action.
The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies has raised its GDP growth forecasts for 20 out of 23 countries in Central and Eastern Europe as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic starts to recede.
Defining green energy and indeed green investments is not an exact science, Determining just how green each of the various energy sources are gets complicated once you start digging into the details.
Hungarian premier becomes first EU premier on the list, which includes Vladimir Putin, Alexander Lukashenko and Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The declaration marks another building block in the attempt to create a strong radical rightwing grouping in the European Parliament.
As the world starts to emerge from the Coronacrisis, economists on an EBRD panel warned over rising inflation, debt and the uneven recovery from the crisis, with emerging markets and developing economies lagging behind their richer peers.
Capital Economics analysts point to evidence of growing price pressures in eastern EU members.
Hydro needs new investment to replace elderly infrastructure and accelerate the road to net zero, the IEA says.
EU set to launch yet another infringement action against Hungary, as 17 EU leaders sign letter pledging to 'continue fighting against discrimination of the LGBTI community'.