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PM Orbán seeks advice from business chamber to help SMEs

The government is strongly focused on mitigating the negative effects of COVID-19 on small and medium-sized enterprises because they provide jobs for the most Hungarians.

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is waiting for proposals from the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MKIK) that can help small and medium-sized enterprises since they employ the highest number of Hungarians.

In his latest Facebook video post, PM Orbán talked about his meeting with MKIK leader László Parragh.

The PM said that he informed Parragh about the expected health measures and also told him that there are high hopes for a vaccine. However, that will still take some weeks, and, noting that the virus is attacking the economy as well as people, the prime minister said they must deal with that as well.

PM Orbán therefore asked the President of the Chamber to submit their proposals to the government and establish closer cooperation in the coming weeks and months. The goal is to enact measures that can best help small and medium-sized enterprises.

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