13 Results for 'Hungary'

PR – PROMOTION OF LOCAL AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD PRODUCTS BY USING GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS AND TRADITIONAL SPECIALTIES GUARANTEED SCHEMES IN HUNGARY

Abstract: In the European Union three schemes of geographical indications and traditional specialties has been established to promote and protect names of quality agricultural products and foodstuff:(1) protected designation of origin (PDO), (2) protected geographical indication (PGI), and traditional specialties ...Read More

PR – PROMOTION OF LOCAL AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD PRODUCTS BY USING GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS AND TRADITIONAL SPECIALTIES GUARANTEED SCHEMES IN HUNGARY

1st 2 paragraphs of the Introduction: The competition between the regional areas has become stronger and stronger as a consequence of the transnational companies’ appearance. The competitiveness has gained a new meaning and can be interpreted on each fundamental unit ...Read More

CS – Analyzing Regional And Place Marketing Activities In Hungary Through The Example Of Specific Regions

Exhaustion of the stocks of tradition energy bases, increasing demand on energy, enhancement of atmospheric concentration of greenhouse gas effect mean also hence toward global challenges where works directed to their solution can not come to a sudden stop in ...Read More

PR – Small Scale Ethanol Production – Study On Micro And Macro Economical Efficiency

Keywords: renewable energy resources, agriculture, environmental protection, rural.

Po. Role Of Renewable Energy Resources In Hungary: Objectives, Facts, Potentials

The integration to the EU markets has resulted in significant changes in production and market activities in Hungarian agriculture. Our case study found that efforts on product differentiation through quality improvement have been critical for staying competitive in the more liberalized market conditions. ...Read More

Sustainable Farm Management Practices In The Enlarged EU: A Case Study Of Integrated Ecofarm In The Central Hugary Region

Hungarian companies in the food sector operate in an increasingly competitive domestic and international environment. These competitive forces will gather strength upon Hungary’s integration into the European Union. Increasing management performance, quality enhancement, cost cutting and timely response to signals ...Read More

Managing Competitiveness In Food Production Towards EU Accession (Hungarian Case Study)

Agricultural production remains important as a main source of income and the way of life in rural areas in Hungary. Under preparation for EU accession, Hungary has been working on restructuring its agricultural policies to promote rural development as well as ...Read More

EU Accession And Sustainability In Hungary: Challenges For Farm And Rural Businesses

Consuming habits have very much changed in Hungary in the last decades after the transformation. To get everything at the same place got bigger importance. According to this influence big super and hypermarkets have been created and shopping centres came alive. These ...Read More

Comparing Wine Consuming Habits In Hypermarkets Of The Netherlands And Hungary

On 13th December 2002 Heads of State and Government of the EU and ten candidate countries reached an agreement on a formula to enlarge the EU by ten new member states by the year 2004. Hungary will join the EU on ...Read More

How Will The Hungarian Farmers’ Life Change After EU Integration

Hungary and Poland are two applicant countries, which know the date of the admission into European Union, but the problems of the agriculture are great in both of them. The ways to the recent conditions were different, but the economic situation ...Read More