AmCham publishes "Cooperation for a more competitive Hungary 2017" recommendation package

  • January 17, 2017
On December 14, AmCham along with its board, members and partners completed and sent the revised “Cooperation for a More Competitive Hungary 2017” recommendation package to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and his cabinet.

The recommendation package was first published in February 2016 and AmCham has had the opportunity to discuss the original 19 points with its members and the government in the last 10 months.

The new 17-point package represents our commitment to move our economy and country forward, and it is considered to be a living document, open for further dialogue. The new 17 point is focusing on enhancing the FDI environment, widening the labor market pool, developing the training framework, creating a more balanced industrial portfolio, enabling Hungary to climb up the value chain, the introduction of a new R&D grant scheme to attract new R&D centers and stimulate the expansion of the existing setups of larger corporations, the continues cutting of red tape and the need for more cloud-based e-government solutions.

To download the English version of the Cooperation for a More Competitive Hungary 2017 - Executive Summary please, click here

To download the Hungarian version of the Cooperation for a More Competitive Hungary 2017 - Executive Summary please, click here