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New FinMin state secretary appointed

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Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány has appointed Miklós Tátrai as new state secretary at the Finance Ministry, accepting the proposal of Finance Minister János Veres, the government's press office announced on Friday.

Tátrai, a state secretary at the Environment Ministry, will succeed former state secretary Tamás Katona, who resigned on October 13 after stating inaccurate information regarding the government's tax plans.
Tátrai has been employed at the ministerial level since 2002.

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