Századvég revenues grow tenfold
The Századvég group has seen its revenues grow tenfold in the past four years and 2015 might be the best year ever for the group best known for their research arm, which is closely affiliated with ruling party Fidesz.
“The quality of our work and our success can be measured on the efficiency of the government, the performance of the economy and the three elections won,” Századvég deputy chairman Kristóf Szalay-Bobrovniczky told Napi Gazdaság, the newspaper owned by Századvég. Of the HUF 17 bln spent on advisory services by the ministries and their research institutes between 2006-2010, Századvég only received HUF 3.9 bln, he added.
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