Népszabadság

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Népszabadság

 

(People’s Freedom), a daily newspaper, the principal organ of the Hungarian Socialist Workers’ Party. Founded on Feb. 1, 1942, as the organ of the Communist Party of Hungary, it was the organ of the Hungarian Workers’ Party from 1948 to 1956 and was called Szabad Nép (Free People). Népszabadság is published in Budapest in Hungarian. Circulation, 745,000 (1975).

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According to local daily newspaper Nepszabadsag, Huawei will build Hungary's fourth mobile network for HUF 12.
The Chinese have articulated repeatedly that we should help their Hungarian investments," ruling party lawmaker Mihaly Babak told the daily Nepszabadsag.
In an opinion piece provided to Nepszabadsag newspaper, Karvalits said, 'In several countries of the world, the central bank's powers are expanded, turning them into so-called macro-prudential authorities.
ADPnews) - Jun 14, 2011 - The Hungarian government considers to start negotiations with Austrian Federal Railways (OeBB) for the repurchase of Rail Cargo Hungaria, daily Nepszabadsag reported, citing sources from the Hungarian ministry of national development.
Uj es regi mondatok eselyrol, esodarol, ellenfelekrol" [Two Days of European Union Membership Celebrations: Old and New Remarks on Luck, the Miraculous and Enemies], Nepszabadsag, 3 May 2004, [http://www.
The original story appeared in the Christmas supplement of the Hungarian newspaper Nepszabadsag in 2005 under the title: "Gaspar, Menyhert, Boldizsar," the name of the three kings in Hungarian.
Aside from possible involvement in the Syrian's murder, the spy planes might have been gathering intelligence, the Hungarian newspaper Nepszabadsag said.
But the issue has burst into the public domain only this year through the publication of major articles by him in the authoritative Nepszabadsag newspaper and the literary journal Elet es Irodalom.
Audi AG (Audi), a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG (Xetra: VW), is planning to stop production at its Hungarian plant for three weeks in August 2009, according to Audi Hungariap's chief executive, Thomas Faustmann as reported in daily newspaper Nepszabadsag.
Obama's accomplishments was mentioned by Nepszabadsag, a left-wing publication in Hungary, which speculated whether the trip will enhance or hurt Mr.
Lozano Blesa Hospital, Zaragoza, Spain; Viktoria Kun J, award-winning healthcare journalist with the leading Hungarian national daily newspaper, Nepszabadsag, Hungary; Takeo Sekihara, board member of the Japanese Cancer Society, Japan; Nicole Zernik, president of the French Forum of Europa Donna, the European Breast Cancer Coalition and vice president of the European Organization, France; and Maggie Hampshire, managing editor, OncoLink, United States.
26) Miklos Gyarfas, "Egy nemes kiserlet: Synge-bemutato a Katona Jozsef Szinhazban" (A Noble Experiment: Synge in the Katona Jozsef Theatre), Nepszabadsag (19 January 1962): 9.