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PMX Consulting becomes AGN International Member

Press Release by AGN International
Press Release by AGN International  - AGN International announces that PMX Consulting Group Hungary Tax Consulting Ltd., Budapest, Hungary, has been admitted into membership.

PMX, founded in 1994, is unique on the domestic market as it carries out tax consulting services as its sole activity. The firm's tax experts solve complex taxation problems for companies on a daily basis, participate  in tax legislation processes by giving their professional opinion on tax acts, and assist at corporate restructurings, mergers and acquisitions concerning tax matters. 

The firm's services include tax audits, tax planning, consulting on direct and indirect taxes, private tax, SAP consulting, transfer pricing, and mergers and acquisitions. 

AGN membership provides PMX the opportunity to broaden their clientele, improve the palette of their consulting services, and to become even more efficient in accomplishing clients’ arising demands regarding oversea expansion.

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