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In memoriam László Hámos 1951-2019

The Hungarian Human Rights Foundation (HHRF) announces with profound sadness that László Hámos passed away on April 16 in New York, after a long and bravely borne illness. The Hungarian Prime Minister's Office, recognizing the invaluable contributions of László Hámos to the Hungarian nation, will provide full funeral honors.
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Flowserve Opens Its R&D Centre In Budapest

Texas-based Flowserve, an industrial and service-providing corporation is going to establish a new R&D centre in Budapest, following its BSC in Debrecen, building on the skills of Hungarian engineers. Investing over EUR 10 million, the company is going to establish an engineering Center of Excellence which is going to provide for product development, product testing and engineering service functions in the future.
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A New Global Financial Service Centre Has Been Opened In Budapest

Work has now officially started at the new Budapest office of International Flavors & Fragrances (IFF). The business services centre (BSC) of the US company will support the operation of the group through global financial services, reaching the targeted employee number of 100 by the end of this year.
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ITU Telecom World 2019 telecommunications conference heading to Budapest again

The ITU Telecom 2019 world event will be held in Budapest once again according to the agreement on its organization signed by Minister of State for security Policy Péter Sztáray and UN International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Secretary-General Houlin Zhao in Budapest.
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Hungarian President honors CCNY engineer Charles Vörösmarty

Charles J. Vörösmarty, professor of civil engineering in The City College of New York and one of the world’s foremost hydrologists, is the recipient of the Hungarian Order of Merit. Visiting Hungarian President János Áder presented the Commander’s Cross (civilian class), to Vörösmarty at their country’s Consulate General in Manhattan.
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