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10,000 protest against internet tax
27th October, 2014
A peaceful gathering of 10,000 assembled on downtown Jozsef nador ter to protest against the internet tax, then turned violent after the crowd marched along Andrassy ut to Heroes Square on Sunday night.
Government aims to tackle VAT fraud
27th October, 2014
The Economy Ministry is working on details of an electronic trade control system to monitor the flow of goods in an effort to reduce VAT fraud, the ministry said in a statement.
Telecoms leaders stunned by tax
27th October, 2014
Heads of mobile companies and lobby groups were stunned and outraged by the cabinetís announcement of a tax on the internet, and said the government had crossed a line, Nepszabadsag wrote in its Friday edition.
Soccer fans object to stricter rules
27th October, 2014
A crowd of hard-line football supporters gathered on Kossuth ter Sunday afternoon to protest against the decline of Hungarian football and plans to introduce strict ID requirements at stadiums.

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