13 August 2001 BUDAPEST, Hungary–The Hungarian government is bent on building roads in the way it sees fit–despite allegations of corruption and criticism from the European Union. The government’s practice of awarding highway construction contracts without holding public tenders has long been a target for criticism, but the issue flared up again recently after Prime […]

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