BBJ biweekly: SSCs, Greece, immigration

Analysis

Why is Hungary’s shared services sector booming, and how does the country compare with the neighbours in this field? What will happen to the Hungarian economy if Greece leaves the eurozone? Find the answers to these questions and more in the latest biweekly edition of BBJ, now available in print and online. 

Our more in-depth biweekly coverage used to appear exclusively in print – and it is available that way on newsstands now. But now you can also read the entire biweekly edition of the BBJ online, on your computer, smartphone or tablet, via bbj.hu Premium.

In the edition published today, you can learn the difference between the reality and fairy-tale stories of local startups that have hit it big, read about the tight relationship between the office market and shared service centers, and see the recommendations of experts hired by the government to improve sales of Tokaj wine.

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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