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March 2013

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Csodalámpa Foundation fulfills another wish

D&T
Mar 28, 2013

The Csodalámpa Foundation has fulfilled the wish of another child. This time, it was a 13-year-old boy who received a valuable gift from the Foundation that is the beneficiary of the raffle income of this year’s Best of Budapest and Hungary Gala.

András Simor | Dávid Harangozó

EBRD appoints Hungarian vice president

D&T
Mar 27, 2013

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has named Hungary's former central bank Governor András Simor as Vice President for Policy. Reporting directly to the President, he will also be a member of the Bank’s Executive Committee.

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Hungarian base rate lowered to all-time low

D&T
Mar 26, 2013

The Monetary Council of Hungary’s central bank (MNB) has decided to lower the base rate by 25 basis points to an all-time low of 5.00% on Tuesday, in line with the market’s call. It was the first rate setting under newly appointed Governor György Matolcsy.

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Best of Budapest & Hungary 2012 annual gala

BOB
Mar 25, 2013

Budapest Week Publishing presented the most outstanding restaurants, hotels and winemakers of the past year with the coveted Best of Budapest & Hungary Award during 20th of such galas in the Hungarian capital this past Saturday evening.

Péter Csermely | Dávid Harangozó

The talent researcher

D&T
Mar 21, 2013

Having established the Hungarian National Talent Support Council in 2006, internationally renowned biochemist and talent researcher, Professor Péter Csermely talked to a recent issue of Diplomacy & Trade presenting Hungarian personalities.

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Hungary's Trigránit wins Sofia project

D&T
Mar 20, 2013

Hungary-based real estate mammoth TriGránit Management Corporation (TGM) announced to have won the full Property Management mandate for South Sofia Ring Mall, a unique project housing various facilities, portfolio.hu reports.

Nick Kós | Dávid Harangozó

A man of Irish-Hungarian heritage

D&T
Mar 18, 2013

“I am partially Irish, partially Hungarian. I grew up in Ireland with a Hungarian father and an Irish mother and with a Hungarian name that nobody could pronounce.” Nick Kós, Country Managing Partner of PWC Hungary told Diplomacy & Trade.

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Swedish issue presented at DT Club event

D&T
Mar 8, 2013

The Diplomacy & Trade Business Club (The Club) presented the Swedsh focus of Diplomacy & Trade in the Iberostar Grand Hotel in Budapest with diplomats, businesspeople and members of the Swedish community in Hungary attending the event.

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Opening towards sub-Saharan Africa

D&T
Mar 7, 2013

Hungary may re-open its embassy in Nigeria later this year as part of the country’s opening towards sub-Saharan Africa, according to an interview with Deputy State Secretary Szabolcs Takács of the Hungarian Foreign Ministry.

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Magic Lamp wish granted

D&T
Mar 6, 2013

Budapest Week Publishing has collected a nice sum in charity at its recent Valentine’s Day Gala evening. The proceeds from that event are used to fulfill the wishes of two children through the Csodalámpa (Magic Lamp) Foundation.

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Hungary to introduce 'weather tax'

D&T
Mar 5, 2013

The Hungarian government is planning to impose a new tax, according to a bill on meteorology. The ‘service fee’ would be 0.5% of the annual advertising revenues of any media - irrespective of whether they broadcast weather forecasts/reports or not!

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New Japanese car parts plant in Hungary

D&T
Mar 4, 2013

Japanese car parts maker TS Tech Co. Ltd. is setting up a plant in Százhalombatta, south of the Hungarian capital, Budapest. The Hungarian subsidiary, TS Tech Hungary Ltd., is to be established with a capital of EUR 3 million.

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