Demján chosen as person of the year

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Hungarian business weekly Figyelő today chose Hungarian business magnate Sándor Demján as person of the year for 2015, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

Screen capture of Figyelőʼs website, with Demján as the top story.

When presented the prize, the business magnate said the future of the country depends on whether Hungary will have a competitive tax system.

He added that Hungary will be able to grow if it respects general employment ratios, as unnecessary employment results in extra taxation and low-value wages, MTI reported.

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