His government is focusing on a full restructuring of the strategic national objectives and plans to renew the economic boosting Szecheny Plan (which was ironically dismissed by the former Social-liberal government) to help small and medium sized enterprises strengthen and form the backbone of the Hungarian economy, instead of relying solely on foreign direct investments to supply workplaces for the masses.

The program is expected to put Hungary back among the leading European economic countries. During the 1990s Hungary’s economy was the front-runner of the CEE region, but has reportedly heavily fallen back under the heavy taxation and other economic burdens implemented by the social-liberals. Hungary also wants to lure investors (big and small) back into Hungary.

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