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Howʼs business among recruiting firms and what does it say about our economy? Why do Hungarian carmakers and students love dual education? What are the near-term implications of the continued downward trend in prices? Find out in the print edition of the Budapest Business Journal, on newsstands now!

Along with our special section on HR, you can also read about the uptick in real estate and the governmentʼs struggle to save face in light of questions about Quaestor.

In our exclusive interview, the man in charge of Hungaryʼs new ‘bad bankʼ, talks about the efforts his institution takes to maintain transparency and to avoid interfering with the business of private banks.

In the Socialite section, read our listings of events like concerts, old-timer car shows and Hungaryʼs best international film festival. And famous Hungarian stunt pilot Péter Besenyei explains why he had to abandon his famous Hungarian stunt plane.

Read these articles and more in the Budapest Business Journal, your source for Hungarian business information in a language you can understand: English.

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