Hungarian businesses rank low in digitalization

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Hungary ranks 23rd out of the 27 member states of the European Union according to the 2021 indicator measuring the development of the digital economy and society, writes profitline.hu.

In terms of the corporate integration of digital technologies, Hungary ranks 26th among the European Union (EU) member states, while it ranks 25th in digital public services, according to the DESI index published by the European Commission last November.

Based on the aggregate indicator measuring the digital development of each member state, Hungary is ranked 23rd.

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