How to Do Business in Hungary: a New Handbook Published by VJT & Partners

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‘Doing Business in Hungary 2013’ is a practical handbook for companies and individuals thinking about Hungary from a business point of view, and an essential resource for those considering establishing – and those already operating – a business in Hungary.

Doing Business in Hungary 2013
We tried to create a really practical handbook to keep in your pocket.

Leading Hungarian law firm VJT & Partners is pleased to announce the publication of its guide to ‘Doing Business in Hungary 2013’.

‘Doing Business in Hungary 2013’ is a practical handbook for companies and individuals thinking about Hungary from a business point of view, and an essential resource for those considering establishing – and those already operating – a business in Hungary.

This three-part guide highlights the most important laws to be aware of during the establishment and operation of a business in Hungary. It also suggests numerous other solutions to issues which may arise during the “life” of a business, such as intellectual property, and competition law issues.

In addition to having a very business-focused approach, though written by lawyers, it is not full of legal jargon. This guide is easy to understand, informative and filled with frequently asked questions and tips, which arise when setting up and running a business in Hungary.
“We tried to create a really practical handbook to keep in your pocket” said Edit Tukszár, editor of the book.

János Tamás Varga, Managing Partner of VJT & Partners, commented “This is a user-friendly, practical guide which is easy to use and which has a full index for easy reference. At the same time is very commercial in outlook and designed to help readers cut through difficulties when operating, or considering setting up, in Hungary.”

The guide can be requested at VJT & Partners' website (http://www.vjt-partners.com/doing-business-in-hungary.html).

About VJT & Partners
VJT & Partners is a leading commercial law firm in Hungary. The firm brings together a truly collaborative approach, delivery highly efficient legal services with dynamism and flexibility. The practices for which the firm is best known, and for which it is highly ranked in the independent legal directories, are as follows: corporate/M&A, employment, technology, business immigration, dispute resolution.

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