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Number of forced liquidations climbs 15.5% yr/yr in October - Opten

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The number of mandatory liquidations initiated against Hungarian companies came to 1,659 in October, up 15.5% yr/yr, company information provider Opten told MTI on Monday.

The number of voluntary liquidations was 2,815 in October, up 105.7% from a year earlier. In January-October, the number of voluntary liquidations exceeded 20,000.

There were 3,817 new companies established in October, up 3.9% from a year earlier.

The number of new companies registered in January-October exceeded 40,000.

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