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Report
Tasks and
Objectives of
the Hungarian
Investment
Agency
Róbert Bödőcs
Vice President
Introduction of HIPA
Recent birth of HIPA
• Investment Promotion
– Increase FDI inflow
– Assistance for companies already present in Hungary
• Export promotion → Hungarian National Trading House
Who we are
• Governmental agency for investment promotion
supervised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and
Trade
• Full scale services: one-stop shop for foreign
investors
• Our team: 80 employees in the HQ and a network
of colleagues abroad
TOP SECTORS
Automobile Industry
Electronics
SSC
Food Industry
Renewable Energy
Pharma, Biotechnology
Chemical Industry
INVESTMENT PROMOTION SERVICES
Pre-decision
 Tailored information
packages on the
economy, industrial
sectors, incentives,
business
environment,
supplier network
 Assistance in
location search and
evaluation
 Organization of site
visits and partner
meetings
Implementation
 Supplier search
 Providing
information on
permitting
procedures
 Assistance in
identifying
incentives
 Intermediate Body
for VIP cash
incentive
(preliminary
information,
application)
Operations
 Expansion
assistance
 After care
services
 Intermediary body
between the
government and
the companies
 Supplier search
Available Incentives
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Cash grants
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EU co-financed tenders
OR
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Cash subsidy based on the decision of the Hungarian Government
(EKD)
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Development tax allowance
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Training subsidy
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Job Protection Action Plan
Conditions of cash subsidy based on the decision of
the Hungarian Government
• In case of asset investment
• Based on job creation
In Central Hungary where subsidy may be granted in case of asset investment the conditions are min. EUR 20 million investment volume and
100 new employees, based on job creation the conditions are min. EUR 10 million investment volume and 100 new employees. According to
the applicable legislation in Central Hungary subsidy may not be granted for capacity expanding investments of large companies.
Supplier development activity of HIPA (I.)
• Emphasized sectors
o automotive
o electronics
o machine industry
• Supported sectors:
Indirect, productive activities that do not directly contribute to the
production of goods, such as packaging, logistics, engineering
services, etc.
Supplier development activity of HIPA (II.)
Our services for integrators
• Regular personal meetings with management for setting up and
reviewing supply strategy and project plan
• Longlist business contacts about possible Hungarian suppliers
• Shortlist business contacts to maximize the chance of the successful
cooperation
• Match-making between the OEM and the suppliers
• On request establishing business relationship and consultancy with
other governmental organs
• Training services for the integrator’s suppliers according to the
company’s needs and requirements
Hungarian Investment Projects (HIP)
HIP database – A collection of approved private investment project offers.
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33 projects - 1.4 billion EUR funding requirement
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Sectors:
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Agriculture and Food Industry
Capital Goods Manufacturing
Renewable Energy
Medical, Recreational and Wellness Tourism
Innovation
Real Estate
• Overall project budgets ranging from EUR 1.5 million to EUR 1000 million.
HIPA Results in 2013
 35 positive decisions
 1.2 billion euro of FDI
 7,000 new jobs
200 investments
projects
More than
20.000 jobs to
be created
Main decisions in 2013
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Coloplast (40,8 m EUR; 701 jobs)
OPEL (60 m EUR)
ZF Lenksysteme (80 m EUR)
Hankook (303 m EUR; 950 jobs)
Hewlett-Packard (175 jobs)
Samsung (100 jobs)
Procter & Gamble (59,5 m EUR; 150 jobs)
Bridgestone (237 m EUR; 505 jobs)
Systemax (200 jobs)
Bosch (60 m EUR; 500 jobs)
Flextronics (200 jobs)
Takata (68.3 m EUR; 1000 jobs)
Greif ( 50 jobs)
Main positive decisions in 2014 so far
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Alumetal (30 m EUR; 150 jobs)
Samsonite (8 m EUR; 110 jobs)
Ecosolifer (23,5 m EUR; 100 jobs)
Pactera(11,50 m EUR; 230 jobs)
GE SSC ( 53,90 m EUR; 1300 jobs)
Snap-on (0,8 m EUR; 10 jobs)
Emirates (300 jobs)
Computacenter (220 jobs)
Budapest is the best FDI location in the region
Rank
City
Country
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Budapest
Wroclaw
Katowice
Plzen
Moscow
Brno
Poznan
Ostrava
Bratislava
Hungary
Poland
Poland
Czech Republic
Russia
Czech Republic
Poland
Czech Republic
Slovakia
10
Prague
Czech Republic
Budapest has been ranked the most attractive city in
Eastern Europe in 2014-15.
Róbert Bödőcs
Vice President
Hungarian Investment
Promotion Agency
[email protected]

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