- Business units and nonprofit organisatons, investments
- Construction statistics
- Culture, sport
- Energy statistics
- External trade statistics
- Financial statistics
- Health care, accident
- Housing and public utilities
- Income and living conditions
- Information, communication
- Internal trade
- Labour market
- National accounts, GDP
- Population and vital events
- Price statistics
- Research, development, innovation
- Social protection
- Tourism, catering
- Regional statistics
|Consumer price change (inflation), % (December 2015)||0.9|
|Unemployment rate, % (October –December 2015)||6.2|
|GDP, % (Quarter 3 2015)||2.4|
|Volume of industrial production, % (December 2015)||9.4|
In the spotlight
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.
In socio-economic development significant disparities evolved between different areas in Hungary in settlement structure, demographic conditions, the level of economic development and the change of living conditions. Our regional statistical yearbook summarises the major indicators of the above trends for many different levels of the spatial network. Our yearbook is issued with an internet annex, the content of which is broader than that of the paper-based volume.
The publication presents the development of differential mortality in Hungary by urban and rural areas. It indicates data on the development of mortality of the towns and communes, on the counties, regions with the highest and lowest mortality, respectively; whether the population number of the settlements influences the level of mortality and if so, to what extent. The volume contains the data series of the life tables for the year 2014.
The yearbook is to publish the most recent data obtained from industrial and construction surveys as well as from the related statistical domains. These two significant sections of the economy having a combined share of one third in GDP are presented in detail. More than 80 tables and 26 graphs are to provide an insight into the production, sales, investment, and employment trends. Our time series tables are to present long-term processes in industry and construction.
HUF 441 billion were spent on research and development at the level of the national economy in 2014, 5% more than in 2013. R&D expenditure as a proportion of GDP changed from 1.41% in the year 2013 to 1.38%. The share of R&D personnel in total employment diminished (0.9%).
In the 1st half of 2015, Hungarian households spent 27% of their monthly per capita expenditure amounting to HUF 72,214 on food, 23% on housing and household energy, 11% on transport and 4.9% on health. These essential expenditure items accounted for nearly two thirds of the total expenditure. This proportion was 70% in the poorest households and 58% in the wealthiest ones.
Hungary produced 2.0% of the agricultural output of the European Union in 2014 according to preliminary data. Hungary represented 2.3% of crop products and 1.7% of animals and animal products. 4.9% of the EU output of cereals, within which 12% of maize came from Hungary. Our output of industrial crops is significant, which is primarily consistent with the production of oilseeds (mainly sunflower, 7.7% of the EU output).