July 22nd, 2018 AAAA
Sun 22 July 2018
Warszawa (PL)
Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed
27 28 27 27 27
Sun 22 July 2018
Praha (CZ)
Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed
33 32 31 28 30
Sun 22 July 2018
Bratislava (SK)
Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed
28 26 28 29 29
Sun 22 July 2018
Budapest (HU)
Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed
31 24 27 31 32


Official website of the Czech Republic

Official website of Hungary

Official website of Poland


International Visegrad Fund

Think Visegrad

25 Years of the V4 as Seen by the Public

Jobbik pledges 'tangible benefits' for Hungarian SMEs

January 2nd, 2018

Radical nationalist Jobbik, if it wins power in the spring general election, will cut taxes on Hungarian small and medium-sized firms, group leader Janos Volner told a press conference on Tuesday. Volner said ruling Fidesz had in recent years "signed strategic partnership agreements exclusively with international companies", and Jobbik would strike similar cooperation deals with Hungarian companies instead. He argued that sustainable growth was not possible without "reinforcing the businesses that serve as a basis for the national economy".


© 2006–2018, International Visegrad Fund.
Pageviews this month: 26,764