The world around us changes all the time; the only thing that is constant is change. Old things and old ways die out from disuse or undergo major changes, while new, previously unknown or little-known sciences and occupations emerge as a corollary of technical progress. However, the questions naturally arise not only which jobs will survive, and what jobs will emerge, but also how these jobs will relate to the environment. Human impact on the environment has never been greater than in the last hundred years.
Budapest is one of the most attractive cities, in Europe, rich in architecture and art. Thanks to its special qualities, it’s a wonderfully located city, divided by the River Danube. One of the capital’s most noteworthy attraction is Central Europe’s largest wholesale market for fresh vegetables and fruits – the Budapest Wholesale Market.
OECD presented four proposals in January, all of which would all re-interpret the functioning of corporate taxation under the changed circumstances of the digital economy. One of the four proposals would fundamentally transform the way the multinationals pay taxes to each country.
As the undisputed world leader in online services, California-based Google is invariably the first company that comes to mind when people think about online search. One of the countries where Google has long been playing second fiddle is the Central European nation of Czech Republic.