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  • This study covers the regional and settlement features of telefax facilities installed in Hungary. The introduction of this innovation started late in Hungary, compared to the West, and the process was greatly hindered by the low standards
  • of the existing national telecommunication network. The spread of telefax facilities followed the settlement hierarchy, from above to the bottom. - (JS)
  • This study covers the regional and settlement features of telefax facilities installed in Hungary. The introduction of this innovation started late in Hungary, compared to the West, and the process was greatly hindered by the low standards
  • of the existing national telecommunication network. The spread of telefax facilities followed the settlement hierarchy, from above to the bottom. - (JS)
  • Hungary ; Impact ; Microregion ; Rail transport ; Railway ; Settlement ; Transport
  • The A. analyses the consequences of the elimination of railway lines on the settlements mostly in the backward microregions. - (AM)
  • The second part of the paper deals with economic efficiency of top firms that are settled into industrial parks of modestly developed and less favoured counties of Hungary. Analyses were carried on using financial and statistical indicators
  • published by different institutions and firms. The conclusion of the study is that the economic crisis burst in 2008 has affected adversely both the annual revenues and profits of the top firms settled into industrial parks of the counties. - (AM)
  • The article deals with the role of mobile telephony within the information society in general, the conditions of its use and the spatial characteristics and spatial features of its diffusion in different types of Hungarian settlements
  • showing the main spatial trends observed nowadays in mobile communications development. The third part of the article makes a comparison between Hungarian settlements of a developed region (the Budapest agglomeration zone) and one of the less-favoured
  • settlements in the Eastern part of the country. - (JS)
  • on their territories in the first place, and then by number, profile and profit of these firms settled into industrial parks of the region. The results of an analysis showing close correlation between their geographical position and success (or failure) in business