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Économie de la Hongrie en un coup d’œil

Étude économique de la Hongrie - 30 juillet 2021

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Reform Priorities (May 2021)

Going for Growth 2021 - Hungary

To ensure a speedy recovery that benefits all, the improvement of the business environment and skills should be on top of the policy agenda. State-intervention and regulatory barriers hamper market entry and dampen productivity. Low graduation rates from tertiary education, weak vocational training outcomes and high drop-out rates lower employment prospects of young adults, who are at risk of long-term scarring given the impact of the pandemics on the labour market.

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2021 Structural Reform Priorities

  • Competition and regulation: Reduce barriers to entry and competition and streamline insolvency procedures
  • Education and skills: Improve students’ educational outcomes and employability
  • Tax system: Adjust the tax-benefit system to strengthen work incentives for low-income earners
  • Labour market: Improve participation of low-skilled workers and women
  • Social protection and labour market: Tackle old-age poverty and keep older workers in the labour market

 

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