The National Savings Bank of Hungary, Orszagos Takarekpenztar, and Unisys World Trade Corp. signed a $57 million contract for an integrated banking system. A Unisys spokesman said it was the largest computing contract ever awarded in Hungary.

Established in 1949 as a state financial institution for consumer banking, the Budapest-based bank is the largest in Hungary, controlling about one-third of the total assets in the country and handling 70% of retail savings and 90% of retail loans.

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