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Sci-Fi Day IX In Petofi Hall, Budapest

"Hungary will be welcoming Sci-Fi Day IX as it makes its way to Petofi Hall, Budapest on May 3rd. The sci-fi expo will be featuring heavily on Indiana Jones (due to the upcoming release of Indy 4) as well as Star Wars."
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Hilton To Bring New Brands To Middle East

"With forward bookings up by a third in the region, Hilton Hotels is riding high. Times are almost embarrassingly good for hoteliers in the Gulf. Owning a hotel these days is a license to print money with record occupancy and room rates."
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Nanette Real Estate Buys Development Site In Budapest

"Nanette Real Estate Group N.V. said it has agreed to acquire a development site in Budapest through a joint venture in which the company holds 90 percent."
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Central Europe Rally : Volkswagen Motorsport

"Overall victory for Carlos Sainz, a podium position for Dieter Depping as well – and seven of seven stage wins: Volkswagen started to a new era of cross-country rally sport at the Central Europe Rally through Hungary and Romania with a great exploit."
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One Of The Biggest Volkswagen Successes

"Volkswagen started into a new cross-country rallying era with a Win : works pairing Carlos Sainz / Michel Périn prevailed in the Central Europe Rally across Hungary and Romania, a new event held by Dakar Rally organisers A,S.O."
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Wizz Air To Offer New Transylvanian Route

"Wizz Air, the Hungarian low-cost carrier, is offering a new short-haul route between Budapest and the town of Tirgu Mures, in Transylvania."
more travel news »

Birth Technology: Less Is More

"A 2006 report by Save the Children ranks U.S. neonatal mortality rates with the likes of Hungary, Poland and Malta at about 5 per 1,000 births, the second worst in the developed world."
more health & wellness news »

Szivos Seeks Family's Eighth Water Polo Medal

"Hungarian water polo standout Marton Szivos will be carrying a big burden of national and family expectations at the Beijing Olympics."
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Consumer Confidence Rises In Q1 2008

"The outlook of Hungarian consumers improved in the first quarter of 2008, according to the latest measure of consumer confidence by market research company GfK published on Tuesday."
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Budapest: Like Prague, Only Cheaper

"Budapest is an Art Nouveau bohemia touched by only a few true luxury hotels and designer outposts of Western European capitalism. It's been compared to '20s Paris as well as Prague before it became pricey, a gritty version of both that still manages to be affordable."
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Coffee Served With History In Hungary

"The coffee houses of Budapest, famous gathering spots for thinkers and writers, are making a comeback. Only a handful of the grand Hungarian cafes with their mirrors and gilded chandeliers survived World War II and the Communist regime"
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'There Is A Lot Of Headroom For Indian IT'

"TCS now prides itself on no longer being just an English language-capability company but if you look at how the operations are actually organised, its Latin American delivery centres are a mix of Latin America and Spain and Portugal. Budapest is meant to serve the German speaking areas, Morrocco is being looked at as a basis of Franco-phone offshoring."
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OMV To Intensify Mol Takeover Battle At AGM

"Austrian energy group OMV will this week intensify its battle to win a $20 billion hostile takeover of Mol by publicly questioning its Hungarian rival's corporate strategy and governance, the Financial Times reported."
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Three Competitors Abandon First Stage Of Central Europe Rally

"A Hungarian Nissan driven by Laszlo Palik and Gabor Darazsi overturned only 2.5 kms before the finish near Dabas, C Hungary. The car suffered heavy damage and it has not yet been decided if the team can continue."
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Titles For Hungary And Peru In Girls’ Events At Venezuela Junior Open

"Hungary’s Krisztina Ambrus emerged as the most successful female player at the Venezuelan Junior Open in Valencia on Sunday 20th April 2008, when she won the Girls’ Singles and with compatriot Dora Madarasz, the Girls’ Doubles titles."
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