BUDAPEST, Oct 30 (Reuters) - German car maker Audi will try to negotiate a deal with the Hungarian government by Nov 10 over a new corporate tax, state news agency MTI reported on Monday. MTI, citing Jochem Heizmann a member of Audi's board, said that Audi AG Chairman Martin Winterkorn will come to Hungary on Nov 10 to meet Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany. Investors are watching the Audi decision closely as foreign direct investment is key to helping Hungary bridge its large ...
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