Operative corps for economic recovery decides on further measures

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The Operative Corps for coordinating Hungary's economic recovery has taken decisions on a further eight measures, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó, who heads the body, said on Friday.

The corps decided to build a bypass and upgrade railway infrastructure in Komárom, home to one of Europe's biggest EV battery plants, and set up an industrial innovation development area on the outskirts of Göd, near Budapest, where another one of the world's biggest battery plants operates, Szijjártó said.

Decisions were taken to further develop an industrial park in Nyíregyháza, build a transshipment zone in Dunakeszi, north of the capital, and accelerate the construction of a racetrack in Hajdunánás that will host MotoGP races from 2023, he added.

The deadline for certification of diplomas awarded abroad will be cut to one month, fees for filing patents will be reduced, and incentives to attract "digital nomads" to Hungary will be introduced, he said.

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