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Hungarian CEOs slightly more optimistic - PwC survey indicates

Hungarian executives are optimistic about the next 12 months, and are keeping a vigilant eye on Berlin.

  survey  pricewaterhousecoopers  hungarian ceos  economy


Tokaj Trading House takes brave steps to restore reputation

Adulteration scandal, cartel accusations, sales freeze - the tale of the renewal of the government-owned Tokaj Trading House (Tokaj Kereskedőház), the biggest viticultural facility of the northeastern Tokaj region, leads through some rather ugly events. We have interviewed András Tombor, chair of the company's supervisory board about the January management changes, the new wine, and a surprising media purchase.

  károly áts  andrás tombor  Tokaj  tokaj trading house


Richter Pharmaceuticals is now a European multinational

Though the Ukrainian economy is tanking, Gedeon Richter Pharmaceuticals Plc is sticking it out, according to its CEO Erik Bogsch (68). The company is financially sound enough to survive even tougher times, he says. A full interview follows.

  richter pharmaceuticals plc  ukrainan conflict  erik bogsch


Snapshots of Hungarian startups that thrived in 2014

Now that 2014 is bowing out, let's take a look at some of Hungary's successful startups in technology.

  balabit  nng  distinction  prezi  ind  iknife  costes restaurant


ICT can only develop in Hungary if for more experts are trained

Hungary's information and communications technology (ICT) companies are marked by fast progress, higher than average added value and an increasing shortage of experts.

  training  engeneers  ict


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