Hungary protesters: ‘Fire our tax collector the Americans call corrupt’ | Jean Boulle Luxury |

'The document is a timeline of communications between the U.S. embassy and Hungarian officials. According to the document, the embassy first raised concerns about agricultural VAT fraud hurting U.S. companies and the non-transparent awarding of tobacco sale licences to people close to the governing Fidesz party in October 2013. The embassy was clearly not satisfied with the answer. "Concerns were dismissed by the [Hungarian government], whose representative offered no substantive response to questions."

The document goes on to mention four more meetings with Hungarian government officials that resulted in no real steps to curb corruption.

The embassy document mentions that "two U.S.....'

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