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Economies and elections - How will Hungary's general election affect its economy in 2022? Part 2

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The Budapest Business Journal organized an exciting roundtable discussion at the Expat CEO Boardroom meeting on February 10, with experts discussing the interplay between the upcoming elections and the economy. The second part of the discussion is now online.

 

The second part of the recording of a roundtable discussion on the interplay between the upcoming Hungarian general election and the economy features Tamás Lőcsei, Country Managing Partner at PwC Hungary, Károly Radnai, Managing Partner, of Anderson Hungary and head of the tax committee at AmCham Hungary, and Dr. Ildikó Taksz, KPMG partner, Head of Business Consulting, and Head of the Financial Services sector. Questions were asked by BBJ editor-in-chief Robin Marshall.

This Budapest Business Journal Podcast was recorded at the BBJ Boardroom meeting for diplomatic and business stakeholders of the Expat CEO of the Year awards gala, held at the Matild Palace Luxury Collection Hotel on Feb. 10, 2022.

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