PM Orbán: Hungarians have the right to know what’s going on in Brussels
“In the run-up to any election, we should clarify the facts,” PM Orbán saidRead more
Neumann was a Hungarian-American mathematician, physicist, and computer scientist. His groundbreaking work in computer science, the so-called ‘Neumann Principles’ laid down the foundation for building the EDVAC (Electronic Discrete Variable Automatic Calculator), the ancestor of all modern computers
“Hungary would increasingly like to become an innovation center, and for this reason beginning next year all enterprises involved in research and development will be able deduct twice as much money from their taxable base as they spend on innovation," Hungary's foreign minister said
Research and innovation are key factors in many countries’ strategy to boost economic growth, add value to their economies and attract more foreign direct investment (FDI). Hungary has long recognized the importance of its research and development (R&D) sector and, as announced by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in his speech at the Hungarian Academy of Science, is planning to invest some 1.2 billion HUF (3.8 billion EUR) for R&D until 2020.