Hungary: An open-door policy toward investors

Having consistently outperformed average growth in the European Union (EU) by 2-3 per- cent for almost a decade, there are signs that the Hungarian economy could be one of the first in the bloc to bounce back from COVID-19.

In the third quarter of 2020, its gross domestic product (GDP) leapt up 11.4 percent, recovering much of the loss incurred in its locked-down second quarter and leading many to predict full economic recovery by the end of this year or mid- 2022 at the latest.


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Greece marches forward

Greece’s widely praised management of COVID-19 makes the Mediterranean country one of the safest and most rewarding places in the world for tourists and investors in 2020


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Saudi Arabia accelerates ahead

As comprehensive and bold as it is ambitious, Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 strategic development blueprint is building on the kingdom’s strengths and capabilities, including vast wealth of non-oil resources and human talent.


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MOROCCO: The world’s gateway to Africa

The kingdom is a rising destination for continental investment and trade. Morocco is the African hotspot for foreign direct investment (FDI), says the kingdom’s Head of Government Saad Dine El Otmani.


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