BBJ in print: CEOs of the year, EC forecast

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Which foreign CEO has done the most to encourage development in Hungary in the past year? Which one was most supportive of Hungarian suppliers? What does the EC predict for Hungary's economy? How will new road tolls impact traffic in the heart of Budapest? Find out in the latest print edition of the Budapest Business Journal, available on newsstands now.

You can also read about an expert's explanation of Hungarian derivatives and tax havens and the good news for banks in the Erste-EBRD deal. There's an interesting analysis of what's really at stake with the proposed reduction in the advertising tax, including clues to watch for in determining if RTL really cut a deal involving content and what to expect next from the colorful mouth of Lajos Simicska.

And the Socialite Section includes a feature on the 70th anniversary of the end of the Siege of Budapest, the WW II battle in which Germans lost a major last stand and Russian liberators moved in for a few decades.

Read this articles and more in the Budapest Business Journal, your source for Hungarian business information in a language you can understand: English.

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