In this regard, he praised Hungary's measures and stated that Hungary benefits most in the world from the influx of foreign working capital, which pays most of the economic benefits based on the indicators that measure it. “Hungary is in a very favorable position, it is a member state of the European Union and will remain so, it is stable, its geographical location is also central, and it still has cheap access to crude oil and natural gas,” he explained.
Then he added, “You can be angry, you can't be angry, but we chose a value policy and the company remained completely pragmatic.”
The Hungarians, for example, have never had a problem with exports, except for goods coming from China or Russia. He added that it is also interesting how ambitious Hungary is in its politics and how much it calculates that it is best to cover both worlds.
Regarding the statement of the head of the Lithuanian State Investment Agency, Foreign Affairs Spokesman Matej Pakzolaj noted
The Hungarian economy has consistently set investment records: in 2022, €65 billion of investment came through the government's incentive system, and last year more than €13 billion of investment arrived in Hungary, with €2 billion of monetary support provided. These investments created a total of 19,000 jobs, which is also a record number.
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