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Bosch is Job Creator of the Year

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Bosch is Job Creator of the Year

The “Investor of the Year” awards were launched in 2005 and are presented by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency. Companies are honoured in several categories for their contributions to the development of the Hungarian economy and the growth of employment through investment decisions during the year and previous dedicated activities in Hungary. On the picture from left to right: Róbert Ésik, president of Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency, Oliver Schatz, head of Engineering Center Budapest, Daniel Korioth, representative of the Bosch Group in Hungary, Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

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