The economic performance of rural Hungary depends fundamentally on micro, small and medium-sized enterprises, the Ministry of National Development’s Parliamentary State Secretary said on Friday in Hajdúdorog.
“The Hungarian economy has overcome the impasse and is clearly on a growth trajectory”, Minister of National Development Miklós Seszták said on Thursday in Csorna, at the inauguration of Hantech Zrt’s business premises, which have been modernised at a cost of 70 million forints.
Szerencsejáték Zrt, the state lottery company, achieved outstanding results during the first two quarters of the year; its revenue of HUF 148 billion (EUR 470 million) exceeded revenue for the analogous period last year by HUF 36bn, an increase of 32 percent and the highest ever rise since the founding of the company, President and CEO Kálmán Szentpéteri announced at a press conference held jointly with Minister of National Economy Miklós Seszták in Budapest on 11 August 2014.
Minister of National Development Miklós Seszták held talks in Lisbon on Wednesday on energy policy and investments.
The first year of the extremely efficient E-toll system, which was introduced in record time, has become a success story as a result of cooperation between public bodies and domestic businesses, Minister for National Development Miklós Seszták said in Budapest on 30 June 2014. Heavy goods vehicles weighing in excess of 3.5 tons have had to pay a kilometre-proportionate toll to use highways in Hungary since 1 July of last year.
Natural gas supply from Ukraine is proceeding according to contract and the strategic gas reserves are being filled continuously, announced Miklós Seszták, Minister for National Development on Thursday in Algyő, Hungary.
The most important tasks of the Ministry of National Development (MND) are to facilitate the reindustrialisation of the Hungarian economy and increase the involvement of the state, Minister of National Development Miklós Seszták emphasised at the press conference presenting the Ministers of State of the Ministry in Budapest on Monday.
Air traffic in the re-opened airspace over Kosovo after 15 years has significantly changed the traffic flow in the European airspace. Supported by HungaroControl’s multiple cross border, remote operations on NATO mandate, the airspace has reached its full capacity. Hungarian and international participants of the re-opening project celebrated the success of the project with a gala event at the Budapest headquarters of the Hungarian air navigation services provider, technical implementer of the project and inaugurated the Kosovo Park.
There was majority support in the parliament committees for the appointment of Miklós Seszták to the position of Minister of National Development.