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The mine of the Orbán family pays the highest dividend among its competitors

Until now, Orbán’s family has stayed away from public procurements. Now the company of his brother won a lucrative one

A fugitive wanted for murder became a businessman in Budapest under false identity

Inside Viktor Orbán’s slow response to the second wave of COVID19

Orbán’s father offers building materials for a much higher price than the competition

“Don’t even try, sweetie, because I’m running out of patience” – We asked Viktor Orbán’s father about his involvement in state projects

Orban’s father was involved in controversial road construction

How Orban played Germany, Europe’s great power

How the epidemic disrupted Orbán’s machinery

China suspended the export of some COVID-19 tests in April. The Hungarian government had already stocked up on them

Hungarian ministerial adviser searched for coronavirus masks. He found them at a company where his father is a senior manager

Orbán’s media machine in the Balkans investigated for suspicious transactions

Companies close to Orbán’s allies will operate Hungarian trading houses in the Balkan

How Viktor Orban got involved in Trump’s Ukraine scandal

Links tighten between Orbán’s brother and a businessman who keeps winning public tenders

Viktor Orban promised something to Vladimir Putin, but the U.S. intervened

The Russians are poised to benefit from international deal financed by Hungary

Orban promises the U.S. counterintelligence measures against a Russian-led bank

This is how the mining company of Viktor Orban’s father became more profitable than its major competitors

The mining company of Viktor Orbán’s father has been involved in several major public construction projects in recent years and it has become one of the most successful companies in the market. Last year, it outperformed all of its major competitors in one important aspect: Győző Orbán’s company achieved the highest profit margin.

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A man close to Viktor Orbán’s brother was the head of a department at the tax office. His department was dissolved after we reported about it

Tamás Balogh, an acquaintance of Orbán Győző Jr. became the head of the department in charge of major procurements at the tax office, while his other acquaintance won high-value public tenders from the same authority. After we revealed their relationship, the tax authority was restructured, Balogh is not a head of department any more.

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