04 Jan

Rethinking the economy after Covid: How can Hungary be more competitive?

Investing in people, public services and the business environment (including, crucially digital infrastructure) are appealing ways to achieve longer-term growth through making Hungarians and the Hungarian economy more productive. These types of policies respond to the challenges that were highlighted by the pandemic and can be helpful during the recovery but have the potential to spur further economic growth, writes Daniel Prinz. 

Read more
 1  2  3 

The recovery of European economies after the coronavirus pandemic may become – thanks to national recovery plans financed by the EU funds – a prelude to catching up with climate goals. Are the Visegrad countries ready to seize the opportunity?

Slovakia struggles to be on top of the changes the automotive sector is undergoing, including the green and digital transformation. While Slovakia scores in car production output, in innovation it lacks behind its Visegrad neighbours.

The latest Report on the State of the Rural Areas indicates a number of demographic, economic and social challenges that the rural areas in Poland currently face. Is migration to cities also one of them?

markus-spiske-uPXs5Vx5bIg-unsplash

The use of internet is becoming more and more widespread. However, many users are still unaware about the accompanying risks. 

Subscribe to our newsletter

Sign up now for latest news from visegrad.info

(C) 2018 EURACTIV Slovensko

Disclaimer: All rights reserved - but some wrongs are still available..