Economic Outlook for Hungary 2023
Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest
(1051 Budapest, Erzsébet tér 7-8.)
With great interest, we held our first business lunch of the year yesterday as a co-organizer of the Hungarian-French Chamber of Commerce and Industry, together with several bilateral chambers. In his presentation, Minister of Economic Development Márton Nagy touched upon the expected challenging period of the Hungarian economy and the crisis strategy. Innovative economic policy is extremely important, the Hungarian economy remains strongly export- and foreign investment-oriented for the sake of development. He mentioned the vehicle industry, including battery production, the health and pharmaceutical industry, the energy industry, the food industry, research and development, higher education, transport, storage, telecommunications, tourism, the banking and insurance sectors, and the military industry as priority sectors. The guests included numerous corporate representatives and ambassadors of several countries.