The Ministry of Defense official in charge of the office deciding who would win the HUF 2 billion contract to help build a fence on the Serbian-Hungarian border was also the head of the state-owned firm that won the job as the sole-bidder, according to a report from index.hu.
Budapest’s public transport will be switching to an electronic ticket system, which should be more efficient, harder to cheat, and also more convenient to use. The head of the company overseeing the project explains the improvements we can hope for by 2017.
The Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA) works to increase foreign direct investment in Hungary. Szilárd Bolla, vice president of HIPA, discusses the work, which has already brought in €549 million this year and more than 5,000 new jobs.
The industry was already wondering what DIGI might do with the mobile frequency license it has been sitting on for a year when the government said it would enter the sector too, with its own mobile network.
Are Hungarian professionals different from foreign professionals? Does it make sense to make such a distinction? If yes, on what basis? How are we different from foreigners? Or why cannot the two be differentiated?
Hungarian intellectual capital is doing well: Every day we come across Hungarian success stories – stories about impressive technological or digital advances, surprising research results or the radiance of our creative industry.
In our knowledge-based society, the greatest assets for corporations are the so-called “hidden assets”. Such assets include brand, IP, and also talent for leadership.
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