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BBJ in print: Videoton interview, software report

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What kind of policy would a CEO from one of Hungary's largest industrial groups like to see? What happened to the Hungarian-American world-leading streaming startup when Amazon went shopping with $1 bln? What do the market's largest software and ERP companies have to say for themselves? Find the answers to these questions, and more of the business information you need, in the latest edition of the Budapest Business Journal, on newsstands today!

A 15-page special section in this edition of the BBJ focuses on software and ERP companies, looking at crucial issues like the challenge of keeping programmers. Although Hungary has a reputation for high-quality, relatively inexpensive engineers, successful startups like NNG find they are still battling the strain of brain drain.

Elsewhere in the edition, find out about nine new wines released by Hungary's younger generation of top vintners, discover what the cap on borrowing means for you, learn the details of fitness guru Norbert Schobert's IPO – and see what analysts say about the impact of the Ukraine conflict on Hungary's economy.

Come to the source for practical business information about Budapest and Hungary in a language you can understand – English.

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