News bites

-US pharmaceutical company Amri has a new R&D center in Budapest

-Poland’s Central Bank will cut its key interest rate 25 bps to 3.5 percent, a 250 bps drop since November 2008. GDP forecasts for 2009 remain at or around 0 percent

-Budapest will renovate the Margaret Bridge after all, despite the HUF 22bn price tag being at least HUF 7bn more expensive than previously budgeted

-In July, Kia Motors will return to its standard 2 x 8 hour shift schedule at its plant in Žilina, responding to what it calls higher demand in some European countries

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