- 13 Dec 2021 7:56 AM
- Hungary Matters
Referring to Hungarian economic growth of 6.1% and a 12% increase in investments, the ministry said “a smaller number of state investments” was now sufficient to boost the economy.
Hungary has not only restarted its economy among the first countries of the European Union, its performance has now exceeded pre-pandemic levels, which offers opportunities to improve the balance of the economy, the country’s financial stability and investor rating, the statement said.
It added that topping up central reserves would not impact allocations to finance 13th months pensions to seniors next year, refunding the personal income tax to families, exempting young people from the personal income tax and cut taxes on labour.