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New Széchenyi Plan (ÚSZT)
New Széchenyi Plan (ÚSZT)
25 August 2012
Modified: 22 May 2018
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The New Széchenyi Plan is the national strategic reference framework of Hungary that offers a basic action plan for the last 3 years of the 2007-2013 programming period. The ÚSZT has 7 break-out points to strengthen the economy and increase the employment:

  1. health industry
  2. development of green economy
  3. residential property policy
  4. development of business environment
  5. transit economy
  6. science - innovation
  7. employment

The Science–innovation programme serves the knowledge economy and means a basis for the new R&D&I strategies and programmes being prepared by the National Innovation Office.

Main priorities of the Science–innovation programme:

horizontal priorities:

  1. development of human resources
  2. well defined enterprise-development tools to give better chance for innovative firms
  3. boost international cooperation
  4. restructuring the government management system that affect the national innovation processes

sectoral priorities:

  1. mobility, automotive industry and logistics
  2. health industry
  3. informatics and computer techniques
  4. new energetic and environmental developments that supports the safety of society
  5. agriculture
  6. creative industries

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    Updated: 22 May 2018
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