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The Challenges of Autonomous Driving and Energy Diversification

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The second BBJ CEO Boardroom Meeting of 2023 took place on June 15 at the Matild Palace Hotel. The panel discussion is part of our ongoing series examining the critical factors driving the markets and the Hungarian economy in the months ahead.

This time, we had a thought-provoking presentation on the challenges in and around the development of autonomous driving. The themes covered include MNB’s monetary policy and inflation, Hungary’s energy diversification, renewables in general, and what should we look for in the future.

 

Our speakers were Zsófi Beck, managing director of Boston Consulting Group Budapest and Tamás Lőcsei, country partner for PwC Hungary, and a regular guest speaker for us.

Questions were asked by Robin Marshall, editor-in-chief of the Budapest Business Journal.

 

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