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|Consumer price change (inflation), % (July 2015)||0.4|
|Unemployment rate, % (April –June 2015)||6.9|
|GDP, % (Quarter 2 2015) (flash estimate)||2.7|
|Volume of industrial production, % (June 2015)||11.0|
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The growth of the cattle stock, lasting since December 2010, continued further. The number of pigs and sheep remained essentially unchanged in the last six months. The poultry stock grew in line with seasonality compared to the stock in December of the previous year. Between 1 January and 31 May 2015 the procurement price of fodder cereals decreased compared to the same period of 2014.
The rebound in housing market turnover continued in Q1 2015: the about 19 thousand contracts already received and processed were nearly a quarter higher than the turnover of the same period last year. The rate of price increase has continued to increase in the first quarter of 2015: the price of second-hand homes rose by 4.4%, while that of new homes increased by 3.6%. However, few new homes continue to be sold. Their share in the total market turnover was less than 2% in Q1 2015.
Based on the processing of data of the land and sown area survey in 2015, productive land area, covering 79% of the area of Hungary, grew slightly (by 3749 hectares) at the expense of uncultivated area, with a share of 21%, compared to 2014. At the end of May 2015, 47% of Hungary’s area was used as arable land, which was some 400 hectares more compared to a year earlier. Cereals were produced on nearly two-thirds of the utilised arable land area (on 2 million 714 thousand hectares).
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In the first quarter of 2015, the number of registered mobile phone subscriptions was nearly 11.8 million. Within this, the proportion of post-paid subscriptions continued to increase to 56%. Calls initiated from mobile phones accounted for more than four fifths of the total time spent on the phone. Mobile data traffic rose year-on-year by 37%. The number of internet subscriptions continued to increase.