Capital investment up 58% last year


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European working capital investments picked up last year, with Hungary seeing a 58% increase compared to the previous year, according to EY, writes

Based on a survey by the international consulting company, 64% of investors expect that more investments will arrive in Europe in the next three years, and 53% wish to strengthen their presence on the continent.

Domestically, vehicle manufacturing, software and IT services, and electronics are the most popular investment areas, while the majority of investors came from South Korea, Germany, the United States, and Austria.


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