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|Consumer price change (inflation), % (August 2015)||0.0|
|Unemployment rate, % (June –August 2015)||6.7|
|GDP, % (Quarter 2 2015)||2.7|
|Volume of industrial production, % (July 2015)||3.4|
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The Yearbook contains summary data on the number of population, marriages and registered partnerships, divorces, births, foetal losses, deaths, internal and international migration in 2014, and it also comprises international data on different vital events. The Yearbook is issued with an internet annex, which contains the following four major topics: Population of Hungary, 2014, Demographic Atlas of Hungary, 2014, Changes in Cause of Death Statistics, Interactive age pyramids.
The latest issue of the Statistical Report provides a comprehensive picture of the most important socio-economic trends and features. The analysis is supplemented by inset figures and tables, as well as by Excel tables providing an opportunity for a detailed overview.
According to the 2nd preliminary data gross domestic product (GDP) was HUF 32,180 billion at current prices in Hungary in 2014, which is HUF 289.0 billion higher than the first estimate based on infra-annual data. The volume of GDP grew by 3.7% in 2014, which is 0.1 percentage point higher than the figure published on the basis of quarterly calculations. The value of gross national income was HUF 30,757 billion in 2014.
Our publication presents the socio-economic trends in Hungary and the main characteristics of environment in 623 tables. Changes in key indicators are illustrated by colour charts at the beginning of the volume. All chapters allow for chronological comparison, while spatial disparities among counties and regions as well as major international indicators are presented in single chapters. Did you know that…
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.