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Videoton (A and B)

Author: Young, S. David ; Howells, ThomasINSEAD Area: Accounting and ControlPublisher: Fontainebleau : INSEAD, 1993.Language: EnglishDescription: 22 p. + 2 p.Type of document: INSEAD CaseNote: Latest version available via https://publishing.insead.eduAbstract: Videoton was Hungary's largest electronics company in 1991. The company was heavily in debt and badly overmanned. The Hungarian government was anxious to find a privatization solution that was satisfactory to the key parties involved with the company. The case discusses the background of Videoton, its current predicament, and possible solutionsPedagogical Objectives: The case is designed to illustrate the complexities and conflicts that arise when attempting to transform inefficient and overmanned stateowned companies into lean, market-oriented competitors as the host country undergoes radical economic reform
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The case is designed to illustrate the complexities and conflicts that arise when attempting to transform inefficient and overmanned stateowned companies into lean, market-oriented competitors as the host country undergoes radical economic reform

Videoton was Hungary's largest electronics company in 1991. The company was heavily in debt and badly overmanned. The Hungarian government was anxious to find a privatization solution that was satisfactory to the key parties involved with the company. The case discusses the background of Videoton, its current predicament, and possible solutions

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