Hungary central bank hits back over profligacy claims

The property at Tiszaroff

The Central Bank of Hungary (CBH) is fighting off accusations on a number of fronts that it is being profligate with its assets, after its acquisition of a luxury countryside retreat was followed by questions over the apparent acquisition of an office block in the country's capital.

Today, the CBH disclosed it is taking legal action against one Robert Braun, who – according to the central bank – "falsely claimed" the central bank had spent several million forints on a violin, and more than 10

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