Bordering seven countries in the heart of Central-Eastern Europe, Hungary’s optimal geographic location has attracted significant FDI inflow in recent years. Robust national infrastructure, a tradition of logistics, and one of the highest densities of TEN-T networks in Europe all facilitate movement across CEE and into the nations of Europe’s south. Hungary’s low corporate income tax and relatively limited bureaucratic red tape make it easy for investors to capitalise on a bustling domestic market and proximity to a vast network of consumers abroad.
Straddling the Danube river at the crossroads—quite literally—of the European continent, the Hungarian capital and its thriving economy are standouts in Europe’s centre-east. Budapest’s health...Visit region >
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