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Leasing market up 18% in first half 2018 The total amount financed in the Hungarian leasing market was HUF 329 bn, up 18% from a year earlier. The Hungarian Leasing Association attributes the

EXIM cooperates with six leasing companies Magyar Export-Import Bank Zrt. (EXIM) has signed a letter of intent with six Hungarian institutional leasing partners on the V4 Logistics Conference organized by the Hungarian V4

The Hungarian fleet market performs well in Q1 of 2018 The growth of the leasing market continued. In the first quarter, the funded sum rose by 16 percent to 147 billion forints in

Fleet Operations warns to be wary of GDPR breaches Fleet Operations, the British independent provider of fleet management services, warns that many businesses within the fszleet industry remain underprepared for the introduction of

European fleet managers association EUFMA founded Three leading fleet-owner associations from Germany, Austria and Switzerland have founded the European Fleet and Mobility Association (EUFMA). National associations from other European countries are invited to

Hungarian leasing market on top The European leasing market had a significant growth of 9.6 % in 2017, while the Hungarian market grew by 18 %., according to the Hungarian Leasing Association. Leaseurope’s

Trump in tariff threat to EU cars The trade war between the U.S. and the rest of the world is nothing more than a war of words just yet; but it now also

Private buyers returned to the new car market in Hungary By the end of February, 9967 new passenger cars were released in Hungary, 24.5 percent more than a year earlier. According to Hungarian

BMW takes over Sixt share of DriveNow BMW Group has acquired the shares of car rental and mobility specialist Sixt in car-sharing programme DriveNow. The mobility joint venture will soon be wholly owned

Toyota to establish Mobility Service company Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) announces its decision to merge its wholly owned subsidiary Toyota Fleet Leasing Co., Ltd. (TFL) with its wholly owned second-tier subsidiary Toyota Tokyo