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2018
Oct
02

AmCham represented at AFS Global Conference

Dr. Andrea Juhos, Chair of AmCham’s Competitive Workforce Policy Task Force represented AmCham Hungary at the AFS Global Conference on 28th of September, talking about AmCham’s education-related initiatives.

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2018
Sep
20

Hungary: the Best Kept Secret

“Good as you have been, you can do a hell of a lot better.” These were the simple, if challenging words U.S. Ambassador David B. Cornstein left guests with as the public part of an AmCham business forum closed on September 4.

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2018
Sep
17

Sports Day: Title defense on the pitch, new champ on the court

More than 200 AmCham Members gathered to compete in the 9th Annual Sports Day!

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2018
Sep
11

New 10,000 Steps Challenge in October!

Motivate and engage your employees, while embarking on a 100-day journey for a healthier lifestyle!

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2018
Sep
05

New Facilities Management Committee Chair Appointed by the Board: Tünde Kirschner

As of September 1, 2018 the Board of Directors appointed Tünde Kirschner as the Chairperson of the FcM Committee of the Chamber. Tünde is the Vice President, Head of Corporate Services, of Morgan Stanley Hungary and has been an active member of the AmCham FcM Committee in the past years.

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2018
Aug
16

"We need to concentrate on making as many renewable Hungarian companies as possible" - President Bársony in Világgazdaság

Closer cooperation between the chambers of commerce, education institutions and the government is needed to significantly improve export efficiency.

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2018
Jul
23

Patron Interview: László Marosi, CEO of Meló-Diák

"As a patron member we know that our proposals, opinions and best practices about youngsters and the labor market will be in the best hands to reach the goals."

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2018
Jul
13

U.S. Companies Boost FDI in Market with High Potential

“Hungary has the potential to be a regional center – in part due to the favorable taxation and regulatory environment, which could attract further increases of foreign FDI.”

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