PM Orbán: High level of preparedness ordered in hospitals
“The number of infections is expected to grow drastically in the next two weeks. This is why a high level of preparedness had to be ordered in hospitals,” PM Orbán said.Read more
Lately, Central Europe has become the driving force behind the European Union’s economic development. In the third quarter of this year, the EU’s economy expanded by 2.5 percent while Hungary’s GDP grew by 3.6 percent, and the V4 as a whole have been out-performing much of the rest of the EU.
The International Monetary Fund has forecast Hungary’s GDP growth by 2.8% in 2019, the construction sector output rose by 23.8% in September year-on-year and the industrial sector output grew by 5.4 percent
Yes, the loan is paid off. Commenting last week on the good news, Prime Minister Orbán said that “Every Hungarian family has a good reason to open a good bottle of red wine tonight and drink to the health of the country because yesterday we succeeded in settling the old debt that the previous government took on in 2008."