The Government of Hungary concluded a strategic partnership agreement with National Instruments Hungary Kft (NI Hungary), the market leader in measurement and control technology. This has been the 15th such partnership finalized with a multinational company based abroad.
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The Hungarian company Kilgray, the world’s fastest growing translation technology vendor, held the first ever MemoQfest USA event in San Antonio, Texas on January 31, followed by a training session on February 2. Katalin Csorba, Head of the Hungarian Economic Representatives in the US visited the event, and offered assistance for the company’s further expansion in the United States.
Hungary issued international bonds worth USD 3.25 billion on Tuesday, which were nearly four times oversubscribed as they have received bids worth USD 12 billion.
Hungary learnt with dismay that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea detonated yet another nuclear test device on 12 February 2013 despite repeated calls for restraint by the international community.
On 11 February 2013, the Hungarian Parliament adopted Hungary’s first entirely new and democratically approved Civil Code in over fifty years.
Representatives of the Hungarian company Easyling, winner of the Startup Challenge at the How to Web competition in Bucharest, Romania, participated in the San Antonio memoQfest.
Prezi, a popular alternative to Microsoft PowerPoint and other presentation applications, has passed the 17 million user milestone, and the number keeps rising. The company’s estimated value is well above 100 million US dollars. The number of new users grows about 1 million every months and a new presentation using Prezi is born every second.
A commemorative event was held in New Orleans at the Jackson Barracks Museum on February 8, 2013 to honor Hungarian refugees of 1956 and those who generously welcomed them.
Cultural Tourism DC’s Embassy chef challenge will kick-off this weekend, February 10, 2013 with the Challenge Hungary, a private preliminary competition.