BBJ in print: New tendering laws; translation

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How might your business be impacted by the government's plan for new laws on public tendering? What did Putin and Orbán expect from the Russian president's visit – and what did they get? Find the answers to these, and many more questions in the latest print edition of the Budapest Business Journal, on newsstands today!

You can also read our special report on the translation business, to learn about trends that impact translation firms, as well as their customers. And our interviews with analysts help put the new changes in the government approach to banks into perspective.

Then there's a report on a conference in the French Riviera that has big implications for local real estate, as well as a blow-by-blow of the battle as vintners duel for supremacy in the bull's blood market.

Read these 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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