BBJ biweekly: Energy market, growth projections


What are the governmentʼs plans for intervention in the energy market, and how well are those plans expected to work? Why did analysts cut growth projections for Hungaryʼs GDP and what are the new forecasts? After selling its retail business, is Citi still serious about Hungary? Find the answer to these and other questions in the latest biweekly edition of the BBJ, out now!

Our special section on energy also reveals concerns about cost of the Paks nuclear plant upgrade and explains how GE in Hungary mixes IT and iron. We also cover the improvements in the logistics real estate market, the countryʼs biggest internet gathering and the shape of things to come in Szekszárdʼs wine bottles.

All these stories and more can be found in the latest edition, available in print on newsstands now. You can also read the entire biweekly edition of the BBJ online, on your computer, smartphone or tablet, via Premium.

Get a look at the latest edition, and previous editions, right here. You can read five Premium articles online for free, and when youʼre ready to subscribe, you can buy a password online.


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