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Published by Ministry of Finance in Budapest .
Written in English



  • Hungary.


  • Taxation -- Law and legislation -- Hungary.,
  • Taxation -- Hungary.

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Edition Notes

Statement[editorial board, T. Bacskai ... et al.].
SeriesPublic finance in Hungary,, 39
ContributionsBácskai, Tamás., Hungary. Pénzügyminisztérium.
LC ClassificationsKKF3550 .T39 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination40 p. ;
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2075313M
LC Control Number88107327

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