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Audi Hungária leads Creditreform top list

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Audi Hungária is first on a list of companies in Hungary ranked according to 2007 revenue and profit per employee compiled by the Creditreform company.

Audi had 2007 revenue of Ft 1,485 billion (€6.31 billion), the second-highest among companies in Hungary, and 2007 pre-tax profit of Ft 144 billion, the third highest. Audi employed 5,563 workers in 2007.

Hungarian oil and gas company MOL leads both Creditreform's 2007 revenue and pre-tax profit lists with revenue of Ft 2,594 billion and pre-tax profit of Ft 344 billion.

MOL also led the Creditreform list in terms of 2007 export value at Ft 1,529 bilion. Audi, with practically its revenues coming from exports, was second on this list.

Hungarian postal service Magyar Posta led the Creditreform list in terms of the number of workers employed in Hungary in 2007 at nearly 36,500, followed by Hungarian state-owned railway MÁV with just over 33,500. The OTP group ranked third, employing 31,000, including employees at its foreign units. (MTI – Econews) 

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