Bajnai said at the press conference that labor taxes and bureaucracy-related expenses must be reduced, the work-incentive system restructured and the tax system revamped in order to spur employment. Bajnai added that Hungary’s education system must also be restructured in order to meet the demands of employers. Hungary should aim to achieve steady economic growth of around 5% annually, or at least 2% above the annual EU-average, Bajnai said. (MTI-Econews)