BBJ in print: Clouds, taxes, rate cut

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How much can taxpayers expect out of the 2016 budget, and how will it effect the economy? How are local SMEs, and the Hungarian government, taking advantage of cloud computing? How did entrepreneurs from this country fare at the massive SXSW startup conference in Texas? Find out in the print edition of the Budapest Business Journal, on newsstands now!

You can also read about analystsʼ reactions to the MNBʼs latest cut in the base lending rate, the impact that a tax on cable seems to be having on mobile broadband competition and the opinions of experts from around the region about tax competition in Central and Eastern Europe.

The Socialite section contains an interview about a camp that helps children with serious illnesses as well as good news on exciting new eateries opening in the center of the capital.

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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