Economic Analysis
DESI 2021: Accelerating the digitalisation of Hungary imposes additional task on all concerned
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According to the DESI 2021 report on the digital readiness of certain EU Member States published by the European Commission on 12 November 2021, Hungary is the 23rd in the ranking of the EU countries, falling back two places compared to last year.
Economic expectations have been reduced by the fourth wave of the pandemic and international economic disruption
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For companies, rising energy prices on the world market are a problem due to rising production costs.
The countryside is the country’s gold reserves – conference on the future of the Hungarian countryside
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What is characteristic to the Hungarian countryside, what condition is it in? What are the government development concepts that determine the future of the Hungarian countryside?...
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Companies in Hungary are aware of the climate goals and asses them realistically
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In 2019, the European Union adopted its Clean Energy for All Europeans package, which focuses on the decarbonisation of the energy sector...
National standpoint on the future of European climate policy
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Századvég Economic Research Institute is a key player in the Hungarian consulting market. In addition to working for market customers, the company has been supporting the Hungarian Government to prepare its decisions for a decade through comprehensive economic policy analysis...
Hungary plans to allocate the Recovery and Resilience Funds on health, education and climate protection
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The joint conference organised by Mathias Corvinus Collegium and Századvég Economic Research Institute reviewed the strategic and implementation framework of the EU Structural and Cohesion Funds instruments in 2021-2027...
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