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The study deals with theoretical questions of the Hungarian privatization law. It clarifies the differences between the economic and legal concept of privatization, the various interpretations of privatization. The Hungarian privatization was the earliest and at the same time-after the German-the quickest completed privatization in the former socialist countries. It reviews the so-called spontaneous privatization between 1988–1990, and the privatization legislature of 1992 and 1995 as well. As a conclusion the study deals with the evaluation of the privatization law, and with the consequences of privatization with regards to social politics.

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. August , R. , Mayer , D. , Bixby , M. , International Business Law (6th edn, Pearson Education Limited 2013 ). Chapman , B. , Export Controls: A Contemporary History

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Literature Baraliu , Mazllum , Business Law ( University of Prishtina 2010 ). Bishop , Doak

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Directive Regime ’ ( 2014 ) 2 Business Law International 95 – 114 . Fischer-Appelt , D. , ‘ The revised EU Prospectus Regulation: key changes to the contents of prospectuses

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European Business Law Review 1473 – 503 . Mulheron , Rachael , ‘ Justice Enhanced: Framing an Opt-Out Class Action for England ’ ( 2007 ) 70 The Modern Law Review 550 – 80

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The resurrection of field warehousing

— the booming Hungarian field warehousing sector, the incomplete English narrative and the unexplored field warehousing law of the United States —

Acta Juridica Hungarica
Author: Tibor Tajti (Thaythy)

Warehousing. International Business Law , March 1995 issue: 120. Budd N International Business Law 1995

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