Hungary should triple its exports to non-European markets by 2018, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán told a Hungarian-Indian business forum in New Delhi on Thursday, the first day of his visit to India where he met with PM Manmohan Singh and President Pranab Mukherjee.
over 85% of Hungarian exports are destined for the European Union, Orbán said,
adding that the share of non-European markets in Hungarian sales had increased
from 8% three years ago to 12% now, and should be raised to 33% by 2018.
asking India to “put Central Europe on their map”, the Prime Minister said in
his presentation entitled 'Hungary and Europe in a changing world', held at Sapru
House, India’s foreign policy institute. Viktor Orbán said Central Europe,
including Hungary, offers promising opportunities with Europe's largest growth
potential; moreover, the region is over the crisis, it has successfully
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