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PwC has been operating in the Hungarian market since 1989. Hungary’s central location makes it a favourite destination for foreign investors who intend to expand their operations in Central and Eastern Europe. The country’s telecommunication, transport and logistics infrastructure as well as the quality of education and life have attracted a number of foreign investors to Hungary in recent years. The country’s favourable geographical location places it at the crossroads of main commercial routes. From Hungary, a market of some 250 million people can be reached within 600 miles.
For over 20 years PwC has been advising companies and individuals on how to do business in Hungary. We draw on our significant experience in the local market, as well as the strength of our international network to help to build value, manage risks and improve the performance of your business in Hungary. Our CEE Japanese Business Practice comprising both Japanese and Hungarian team members are committed to assisting Japanese companies in the achievement of their business objectives in Hungary.
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