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BBJ in print: Tax time, the Swiss franc miracle

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What's worse, the financial bite of the new taxes for 2015 or the burden of administering them? How did Hungary stay ahead of the curve as the euro suffered from the soaring Swiss franc? Who is gobbling up Hungary's first Michelin-star restaurant? Find the answers to these questions and more in the latest print edition of the BBJ, on newsstands now.

Our special report on taxes comes just in time for the season of reckoning, and it includes tax experts' assessments of what the changes mean for your business. We also look at what companies expect from tax-preparation software, and tell you what's available.

You can also read about a major luxury hotel investment and discover what the big property firms are saying about trends in the real estate market.

And our regular column on Hungarian wine describes some very palatable creations

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