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Over 98,000 Foreign Citizens Live in Budapest

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More than 98,000 foreign citizens live in Budapest, according to the latest census data of the Central Statistical Office (KSH).

Chinese and Ukrainians are the largest groups, making up 15.2% and 14%, respectively, of all foreign residents in Budapest.

The quadrupling of the Ukrainian population in Budapest is obviously due to the war in the neighborhood. Vietnamese people are the third most populous group in Budapest.

Their numbers have more than doubled since the last census, while Romanian people's numbers have decreased by nearly a third.

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