Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has set a goal of achieving full employment in Hungary by 2018,reducing unemployment to 3% or lower by then.
It is thanks to companies like Suzuki that 455 000 more people work in Hungary now than in 2010, Viktor Orbán said at a ceremony held on the occasion of introducing the new Suzuki model.
The economic growth of Hungary will remain sustainable and stable in 2015 as well, the 2.5 per cent projected growth rate is still realistic – Mihály Varga said.
The next years will have to be about people who work hard every single day – Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated in his State of the Nation address delivered in Várkert Bazár in Budapest on Friday.
“Consultations are already in progress with the Banking Association and the National Bank of Hungary on where strengthened oversight is necessary,” Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in connection with the Buda-Cash case in an interview with public broadcaster Kossuth Rádió.
The Hungarian economy grew even faster in 2014 than prior data had indicated, as it gained 3.6 percent in the observed period. Thus, Hungarian GDP reached the pre-crisis level.
At a ceremony held in Esztergom to mark introduction of the new Suzuki model, Viktor Orbán said that it is thanks to companies like Suzuki that in Hungary today 455 000 more people are in work than were in 2010.
Péter Szijjártó submitted the proposal of launching the Opening to the South strategy with a focus on Africa and Latin America from 1 July onwards to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.
The meeting of the Eastern Partnership Panel on Migration and Asylum was held at the Ministry of Interior on 5-6 March 2015. The title of the event was Panel Meeting on Migration Data Management and Migration Trends.
As opposed to media reports, the government expects to have 15-20 thousand more public workers this year than last year, due to the fact that in 2015, an extra HUF 40 billion will be available for this purpose in addition to last year’s increased HUF 230 billion – Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács said.
“Matteo Renzi walks the road of Orbán; this too, shows the turn in Europe’s Russia-policy” – Minister of State for Government Communications András Giró-Szász told MTI on Friday.