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Magyar Nemzeti Bank (MNB)

Translation: Central Bank of Hungary
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Homepage: http://www.mnb.hu/
Handle: RePEc:edi:mnbgvhu
Areas or Functions: Central Banks, Monetary Authorities

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  1. Banai, Adam
  2. Berta, David ?
  3. Briglevics, Tamas ?
  4. Chen, Chaoyi
  5. Csajbok, Attila ?
  6. Csavas, Csaba ?
  7. Endresz, Marianna
  8. Felcser, Daniel
  9. Fukker, Gabor ?
  10. Gabriel, Peter ?
  11. Ganics, Gergely
  12. Kaszab, Lorant
  13. Kekesi, Zsuzsa
  14. Kiss M., Norbert ?
  15. Kocsis, Zalan
  16. Krusper, Balazs ?
  17. Kuti, Zsolt ?
  18. Mak, Istvan ?
  19. Naszodi, Anna
  20. Pales, Judit ?
  21. Pinter, Klara ?
  22. P.Kiss, Gabor ?
  23. Reiff, Adam ?
  24. Rots, Eyno
  25. Schindele, Ibolya
  26. Szabo, Lajos ?
  27. Varga, Bence ?
  28. Varga, Lorant ?
  29. Varpalotai, Viktor
  30. Varsanyi, Zoltan
  31. Vonnak, Balazs


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