Hungary’s healthcare industry support scheme supports 57 companies

Finance Minister Mihaly Varga said on Wednesday that the Hungarian government’s healthcare support scheme has helped 57 companies make a total of 83 investments, creating and saving about 5,700 jobs in the process. rice field.

After launching a new upgrade at Moller Chemicals in Harastelek near Budapest, Barga said the 67 billion forint (€ 167.6 million) scheme will generate approximately 86 billion forint worth of investment in the healthcare industry domestically. Said it would be useful.

The pharmaceutical company received 700 million forint with government support for an investment of 900 million forint, Barga said.

Hungary cannot afford to rely entirely on foreign suppliers, Barga said, arguing that the coronavirus pandemic has shown that adverse conditions can prevent even the procurement of the most important products. By strengthening domestic operations, Hungary could offset the turmoil in the international supply chain, he added.

In response to the pandemic, the government launched a healthcare industry support scheme in the summer of 2020.

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