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Many Hungary-domiciled companies repatriate profits abroad

Numerous Hungary-based companies are seeking a solution to their problems outside of Hungary: some sell their products abroad, others repatriate their profits. The first development is good for Hungary but the latter isn't.

  companies  corvinus university  lászló reszegi  péter juhász

11-28-2014

Magdolna Csath: Unorthodox solutions are needed to rectify omissions of market

“The Hungarian economy badly needs interventions that contradict discredited market dogmas,” says university professor of economics Magdolna Csath (71) in this interview.

  growth  national bank of hungary  imf  unorthodox  magdolna csáth

11-27-2014

Can the government pull practically anything off? 4/4

Népszabadság has sought written responses from top analysts with differing political affiliations to a series of questions at the forefront of public interest in October 2014. The questions: Has the Fidesz party's Achilles' heel been found? If not, what might that Achilles' heel be, assuming it has one? If yes, how come it was the Internet tax of all things? Is there anything that Viktor Orbán might go up against where he'd come out the loser? If so, what is it?

  gábor filippov  fall 2014  internet tax  viktor orbán

11-26-2014

Can the government pull practically anything off? 3/4

Népszabadság has sought written responses from top analysts with differing political affiliations to a series of questions at the forefront of public interest in October 2014. The questions: Has the Fidesz party's Achilles' heel been found? If not, what might that Achilles' heel be, assuming it has one? If yes, how come it was the Internet tax of all things? Is there anything that Viktor Orbán might go up against where he'd come out the loser? If so, what is it?

  ágoston sámuel mráz  fall 2014  fidesz  internet tax  viktor orbán

11-25-2014

Can the government pull practically anything off? 2/4

Népszabadság has sought written responses from top analysts with differing political affiliations to a series of questions at the forefront of public interest in October 2014. The questions: Has the Fidesz party's Achilles' heel been found? If not, what might that Achilles' heel be, assuming it has one? If yes, how come it was the Internet tax of all things? Is there anything that Viktor Orbán might go up against where he'd come out the loser? If so, what is it?

  zoltán lakner  fall 2014  internet tax  Russia  nav  hungarian tax authority

11-24-2014

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