Hungary ranks third for industrial and logistics investments


Hungary placed third in global real-estate consultant Cushman and Wakefield's 2008 ranking of the top countries in Europe for location of industrial and logistics facilities.

Belgium placed first in Cushman and Wakefield's 2008 ranking of 25 European countries, followed by the Netherlands, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Poland. Slovakia was the highest-ranked newcomer on the Cushman and Wakefield list of best countries in Europe for industrial and logistics facilities at number 9.

The Cushman and Wakefield ranking is based on an analysis of a number of weighted cost-benefit factors, including rent, labor costs, congestion, the size of freight markets by type, the proximity of key markets and population density. (MTI – Econews)


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