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Risks seen in Matáv’s new bid

Hungary’s largest telecom, Matáv Rt, is likely to acquire Montenegro’s state telecom company, but this might not be a very advantageous deal for Matáv and needs to be followed by some larger buyouts, analysts told the BBJ.

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Hungarian Finmin sees 2005 budget on track

Hungary's budget should stay on course both in January and all of 2005, Finance Minister Tibor Draskovics said on Tuesday, voicing confidence the new EU member will avoid overshoots that have plagued it in the past.

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UN Assembly to convene Auschwitz commemoration day

A majority of the 191-member General Assembly agreed to a special session this month to mark the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Nazi concentration camps, the United Nations announced on Tuesday.

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Hungary expects to spend HUF 15 trillion on EU-backed developments in 2007-2013

Hungary's second National Development Plan (NFT), a program governing the use of EU funds in 2007-2013, could facilitate developments totaling HUF 15 trillion (USD 79 billion) in the country over the period, prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany said at a conference on national development.
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State Airline Gets No Bailout

Malév Hungarian Airlines Rt. will receive neither a capital raise nor other forms of subsidies from its 99.95% owner, the State Privatization and Asset Management Rt. (ÁPV).

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OTP Managers Trade Own Shares

Top executives of Hungary’s largest bank OTP Bank Rt. have been buying and selling large numbers of OTP shares recently, cashing in on skyrocketing share prices.

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Auto dealers set to sue state

The National Associations of Hungarian Auto Dealers (MGOE) announced that it would sue the Hungarian state, claiming that the registration fee introduced last year and fees imposed on used cars of 4–8 years old 50% higher than on new ones, should be paid in proportion to the value of the car.
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Hungary OTP EPS upped,target dropped

Investment bank JPMorgan has raised its earnings per share forecasts for Hungary's biggest private sector bank, OTP , but has suspended its price target for the stock after its strong rally.

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MOL consortium makes 2nd Pakistan Tal find

Hungary's MOL said a consortium in which it holds a 10 percent stake had made a second discovery of oil and gas in the Tal Block, located in the Northern Western Frontier Province of Pakistan.

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Hungary Nov industrial output beats expectations

Hungary's industrial output rose faster than expected in November as exports remained steady and domestic sales bucked a recent slower trend to produce modest growth, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said.

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Hungary trio won't beton on for Livi yet

LIVINGSTON have failed to bring in three Hungarian players in time to play in tonight's tricky Scottish Cup tie against Morton.
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Businessman Nobilis buys 49% stake in portal site Index for HUF 1 billion

Hungarian businessman Kristof Nobilis, one of the country's richest men, has acquired a 49% stake in Rt, the operator of portal site Index, according to the daily Nepszabadsag. The purchase price was reportedly around HUF 1 billion.

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PM Criticized For Pope Visit

Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány was loudly criticized by Hungarian opposition for his statements during his recent visit to Pope St. John Paul.

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K&H Ordered To Compensate Clients

The arbitration court of the stock exchange ruled that K&H Equities Rt. has to pay Budapest’s District 10 Municipality HUF 3.4 billion in compensation for damages.
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Citizens Advisers Analyst to Lecture at Central European University

Today Citizens Advisers announced Dr. Vesela Veleva, social research analyst, will conduct a series of lectures and a seminar for graduate students and faculty at Central European University (CEU) in Budapest, Hungary, on January 11 through January 18, 2005.
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