BBJ in print: Investment tips and tourism report

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Do you know where to invest in Hungary and what kind of risks to expect now that the Hungarian National Bank says it has hit bottom after two years of cutting the base lending rate? Do you know what flooring firm and what fitness guru are planning IPOs on the Budapest Exchange? Do you know how many tourists visit Budapest compared to Balaton, and which destination has the most domestic tourists?

If you want to find the answers to these questions, you need to see the print edition of Budapest Business Journal, which comes out Friday, August 1. Our special report focuses on the tourism industry.

You also find out:

Who won the battle for the right to run the Hévíz airport, what's happening to the half-built hotel on the Rózsadomb, how to turn an ordinary holiday into a wine holiday, how many companies provide Danube cruises and much more!

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

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