||* HIX BULI EV VEGEN BUDAPESTEN * (mind)
|| 32 sor
||OMRI Daily Digest - 30 November 1995 (mind)
|| 28 sor
||CET - 30 November 1995 (mind)
|| 75 sor
|+ - ||* HIX BULI EV VEGEN BUDAPESTEN * (mind)
A evvegi HIX BULI Budapesten lesz, elorelathatolag december 27-en
vagy 28-an! (irj, hogy melyiket szeretned: )
A buli zartkoru, csak HIXeseknek es vendegeiknek (valaki erdeklodott, hogy
azok is johetnek-e, akik nem kozvetlen elofizetessel olvassak az ujsagokat:
TERMESZETESEN). Kerlek, hogy minel hamarabb irj a
cimre, es ird meg, hogy varhatoan hanyan jottok vendegeiddel egyutt!
Ez nagyon fontos. Ha nem irsz a cimre, lehet, hogy nem
fogsz beferni! Nem baj, ha meg csak becslesed van, a rossz becsles is
jobb, mintha semmit sem irsz.
A BULI fo szervezoje Umann Kornel.
Talalkozunk a bulin,
Eo2tvo2s Jo1zsef Gimna1zium (itt voltunk tavaly!)
1053 Rea1ltanoda u. 7.
Mo1ricz Zsigmond Gimna1zium
1025 Bp,, To2ro2kve1sz u1t 48-54
Melyik tetszik jobban? Tovabbi helyszin-otleteket is varunk!
|+ - ||OMRI Daily Digest - 30 November 1995 (mind)
OMRI DAILY DIGEST
No. 232, 30 November 1995
POLISH FINANCE MINISTER IN PARIS. Grzegorz Kolodko on 29 November headed
a visiting Polish delegation to the Organization for Economic
Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris, international media
reported. Kolodko noted that OECD membership is crucial if Poland wants
to enter the EU by the year 2000. OECD Secretary-General Jean-Claude
Paye said he expected Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and South Korea to join
the organization by the end of 1996. -- Jakub Karpinski
HUNGARY RESPONDS TO SIGNING OF SLOVAK LANGUAGE LAW. Hungarian Foreign
Minister Laszlo Kovacs has described Slovak President Kovac's signing of
the language law as "regrettable," saying the goal of the Hungarian
government remains ensuring that minorities have unrestricted use of
their native language. Matyas Eorsi, chairman of the parliament's
Foreign Affairs Committee, expressed his disappointment and said the
signing would sour relations between the two countries. Meanwhile,
Victor Orban, chairman of the parliamentary committee on European
integration consulted EU Commissioner for External Affairs Hans van den
Broek. Orban said he thinks that the European Commission sees no problem
with the language law, adding that Brussels' position testifies to an
"erroneous assessment" of the situation. -- Zsofia Szilagyi
[As of 12:00 CET]
Compiled by Jan Cleave
|+ - ||CET - 30 November 1995 (mind)
Thursday, 30 November1995
Volume 2, Issue 234
**EMPLOYEE SHARES TO BE SOLD ON BOURSE**
The Hungarian tile company Zalakeramia is planning to raise
money to finance some of its investments by selling its own
shares on the stock exchange. At an extraordinary meeting
December eighth, Zalakeramia's shareholders are expected to
decide on the conversion of more than 72 thousand employee
shares into registered shares. The employee shares are held
by Zalakeramia. Zalakeramia General Manager Gyorgy Katona
says the employee shares are likely to be listed on the
Budapest Stock Exchange in the first half of next year.
Zalakeramia plans to sell the shares and use the money to
finance part of its investments. Zalakeramia's profits in the
third quarter will probably be the average of the previous
three quarters. That means the company's pre-tax profits will
be substantially higher this year than in 1994.
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