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The agri-food sector in Hungary experienced very mixed results since its entry into the European Union. However, if Hungary used to be Europe’s breadbasket, today agriculture and the agri-food sector play only a very small role in its economy, which has become very dependent on foreign trade. (...) In the 1970-1980s, Hungary was a very competitive country in terms of food production, on the one hand through its natural resources favoring agriculture, and secondly through the establishment of a policy along the lines of the food industry.
April 21, 2014 - Is the European graphic industry threatened?
The graphic and printing industry were affected by the crisis, but not are not doing bad either. But another threat exists for this sector, and it comes straight from the emerging countries. (...) Emerging countries represent a threat to European countries, and not only in the printing industry, but in all industries. The main reason is the extremely low production costs. As a matter of fact, in the graphics sector are China, Mexico and Brazil countries that may represent the biggest threat.
April 18, 2014 - E-health: a new way to deal with healthcare services
The health sector has recently reached a milestone : the integrated technologies of communication and information. Commonly known as e-health or telehealth, the market is booming and experiencing a strong increase in parallel with the quick development of the market for smartphones and tablets. However, the evolution of this market remains mixed. (...) According to WHO (World Health Organization), e-health is defined as follows: « Digital services for the well-being of the person. »