TEPSA Brief: “Mutual interests – the Hungarian government and the multinational companies”, Andrea Éltető (IWE CERS, Hungary)

TEPSA is happy to present its new policy brief “Mutual interests – the Hungarian government and the multinational companies'”, written by Andrea Éltető, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of World Economics, CERS, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Abstract:

Among the Central European countries, the Hungarian economic development is one of the most foreign capital directed. It is well known that the most significant investors are German companies, but in recent years an increasing number of Asian multinational companies have also appeared in Hungary. Investors receive large state support and enjoy low corporate taxes. However, problems of skilled labour are growing because of the neglected educational system.

Read the TEPSA brief