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CEO Boardroom Meeting: A Look at Factors Driving the Markets

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The latest edition of the Budapest Business Journal CEO Boardroom Meeting took place at the beautiful Matild Palace on November 7. We had the privilege of engaging with the economic insights of Barbara Koncz, managing partner at PwC Hungary; and Károly Radnai, managing partner at Andersen Hungary.

The panel discussion is part of an ongoing series examining the critical factors driving the markets and the Hungarian economy in the months ahead.

The themes this time covered included the likely developments with inflation, GDP growth, the energy crisis, the possible effects of the war in Ukraine and Gaza here, likely tax developments, the EUR/HUF exchange rate, EU funds, and the continued attractiveness of Hungary as an investment destination.

To see more, check out the video below:

 

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