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What does a former top official in MOL and in the 2012 government think of Hungary's current energy policy? What does the plan for a new banking law mean for the industry in the near future – and a year from now? Find the answer to these, and many other questions, in the latest print edition of the Budapest Business Journal – on newsstands as of today!

A Special Report in the October 3-16 edition looks at a variety of vital concerns. What will a new state-run utility firm do to the market? How does EU policy favor the development of a new nuclear reactor at Paks? What has this country gained from its energy deals with Russia? Where is Hungary in the effort to promote renewable energy? 

Other articles include: an overview of Hungary's might pharmaceutical industry, which is seeing its domestic market shrink and revenue decline; advice from top business experts for the next generation of CEOs; and stock analysts' latest recommendation on Richter.

Come to the source for practical business information about Budapest and Hungary in a language you can understand – English.

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