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One of the most significant limitations of the national economic capacity is labour shortages, namely the lack of professionals, skilled and experienced workforce. In order to recruit the best qualified candidates, companies shall develop ways to become attracting.

Read more: Comparing the National Salaries and Tax Wedges with European Standards

Noerr’s Budapest office has advised ErlingKlinger AG, a Frankfurt stock exchange listed innovative car part manufacturer, on its financing by a syndicate consisting of Commerzbank, Landesbank Baden-Wurttemberg, Deutsche Bank, DZ Bank, HSBC, and Banque Europeenne du Credit Mutuel.

Read more: Noerr Advises ErlingKlinger on Financing from Banking Syndicate

Andersen Global has announced that it has entered into a collaboration agreement with Budapest's Szabo Kelemen & Partners Attorneys, making Hungary the 38th country in which Andersen Global offers legal services, and the 46th country in which it is present.

Read more: Szabo Kelemen & Partners Joins Andersen Global

In Hungary, as is the case in other EU countries, recent economic growth has been accompanied by a labour shortage. This is largely due to Hungarian workers emigrating to other EU countries in search of higher wages and better living standards. According to statistics, approximately 5% of the country's working-age population has emigrated to other EU countries in recent years.

Read more: Hungary: 'Slave Act': Changes to Working Time Rules

Noerr has advised AEW Europe on the acquisition financing of the Luxus Aruhaz retail unit at Vorosmarty square in the heart of Budapest. The transaction was financed by UniCredit Bank AG Vienna, which was represented by Wolf Theiss.

Read more: Noerr, Wolf Theiss, and Dentons Advise on Financing for and Acquisition of Luxus Aruhaz in Budapest

The Kapolyi Law Firm has assisted the CyBERG Corp. the owner of Budapest's Kajahu "social digital restaurant chain," with its initial placement of shares on the Budapest Stock Exchange's BSE Xtend mid-market and their introduction to trading.

Read more: Kapolyi Assists CyBERG with Admission to Trading of Shares on BSE Xtend Market

Deloitte Legal has advised K&H Bank on long-term non-recourse project financing provided to Photon Energy Group for Photon Energy’s 11.5 MWp proprietary PV power plant portfolio in Hungary. Pontes Budapest advised Photon Energy on the deal.

Read more: Deloitte Legal and Pontes Budapest Advise on K&H Bank Loan to Photon Energy Group

Wolf Theiss has advised ALSO Holding AG on its agreement with MCI Euroventures, the majority shareholder of ABC Data S.A., to make a joint tender offer for all publicly-held shares of Warsaw Stock Exchange-listed ABC Data. Baker McKenzie advised MCI and ABC Data on the sale. 

Read more: Wolf Theiss and Baker McKenzie Advise on ALSO Holding Acquisition of ABC Data

The new Hungarian Code of Civil Procedure (the “Code”) came with a number of ambitious promises, many of which have already been addressed in CEE Legal Matters. However, a prominent promise, namely increasing the transparency and predictability of litigation, has not yet been discussed in these pages.

Read more: The Promise of Predictability in Litigation

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