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|Consumer price change (inflation), % (June 2014)||–0.3|
|Unemployment rate, % (April –June 2014)||8.0|
|GDP, % (Quarter 1 2014)||3.5|
|Volume of industrial production, % (May 2014)||9.6|
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In August 2014, industrial gross output rose by 0.5% compared to the same month of 2013. Primarily a slowdown in the growth rate of the manufacture of transport equipment and the related supply branches as well as a decline in the food industry played a role in the expansion of the production lower than in the previous months.
Based on regular labour statistics, the publication presents the most important labour market trends in the first half of 2014. It informs on the distribution of the population by labour market status, the extension of the unemployment provision system and the changes in employment. It presents in details the labour demand, the situation of employees, the gross, net and real earnings, as well as the income from work of employees in corporations and budgetary institutions.
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.
External trade surplus was EUR 482 million in July, External trade in goods, July 2014, second estimate
In the seventh month of 2014, the volume of exports was 13% higher, while that of imports was 14% more in external trade in goods than in the same period of the previous year. In the first seven months of the year, export and import volumes increased by 8.8 and 9.3% respectively.
Hungary’s gross domestic product (GDP) at current prices was HUF 29,846 billion in 2013, which means a growth of 1.5% at constant prices compared the previous year. The amount of gross domestic product per capita was HUF 3,017 thousand, corresponding to EUR 17,642 in purchasing power standards. Our publication contains main data on the national accounts of Hungary, reprocessed in line with ESA2010, which is applied for the complete time series, starting with 1995.
The large number of tables in the publication having been issued every year since 1956 is a useful data source for the study of demographic issues especially timely in our days, i.e. the number, composition by sex, age structure and marital status of the population, as well as their effect on numerous fields of the socio-economic life of the country.
According to the second set of preliminary data, the volume of retail sales rose year-on-year by a calendar adjusted 2.5% in July 2014. The volume of sales rose by 1.5% in food, drinks and tobacco stores, by 3.3% in non-food retail trade and by 3.4% in automotive fuel retailing.
The gross domestic product of Hungary increased by 3.9% in the second quarter of 2014 compared to the corresponding period of the previous year. The performances of construction, manufacturing and agriculture grew significantly.