- 1 Mar 2016 5:00 AM
Hungary, too, has all the right tools to increase the contribution of its tourism industry to GDP, he said, adding that over the past years the private sector has contributed a lot more to the expansion of the tourism industry than the government has.
To grow the industry, the state should not apply the “traditional bureaucratic methods” but rely on a “flexible” agency, he said.
Rogán said the government is not planning any form of nationalisation within the tourism industry, but is merely planning to focus its funds on a single area.
The government “does not wish to take anything away from anyone.”
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