(Adds background, comment.) By Krisztina Than BUDAPEST, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Hungary's new four percent "solidarity" tax will remain in place and no company can be exempt from it, Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany said on Thursday. He said however, that the government would continue negotiations with German car maker Audi which said it would suspend a major investment in Hungary in protest against the government's tax hikes. "The solidarity tax remains in place ... and there are no ...
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