State Tools for Adapting to an Ever-Changing Global Environment. The Case of Hungary

Péter Novoszáth


In the present study I show the significant changes in Hungary’s global adaptation, focusing on the state’s instruments targeted at establishing Hungary’s macroeconomic stability and at increasing the national-economic and regional competitiveness of multinational corporations. The principal achievement of the new Hungarian economic policy is that from one of the countries in European Union’s that was the most vulnerable to the interests of multinational companies, it became a nation that even the largest corporations consider to be a partner, and a country in which it is profitable to invest. The agreements made with the largest corporations are signed on a win-win basis after thorough preparations, thus in today’s developments not only the interests of multinational companies are represented, as they were before.

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