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  • 1.               Libera Università di Lingue e Comunicazione –IULM Master Degree Program in Communication for International Relations –MICRI   5 th Edition – A.Y. 2010/2011   PROJECT WORK Cultural diversity and European integration: a communicative perspective on the role of Italian Chamber of Commerce during the Hungarian Presidency in the Council of the EU      Student Supervisor
  • 2.                 HUNGARY: AN OVERVIEWCharacteristics of the Country Current situationEconomy: SME and Export Relations with other CountriesBefore and after the Communism Relations with Italy Hungarian  exports to  Italy – 2010
  • 3. HUNGARY IN THE EUROPEAN UNION 1994: applying for membership 1998-2002: accession to negotiations 2003: referendum for the ratification and the signing of the Accession Treaty  2004: entry into force of the Accession Treaty 2007: entry in the Schengen area 2011: semester of Presidency of the EU
  • 4. THE HUNGARIAN PRESIDENCY OF THE EUMain items on agenda:•Stabilizing the economy and reforming the economic governance;•Developing the enlargement process by promoting the negotiations with Croatia and deepening the relations with many Eastern Countries like Armenia, Azerbaijan and Belarus;•Elaborating a new strategy in order to help the integration of Roma;•Creating a real interconnection for the distribution of energy among the EU Countries;•Adopting a new regulation on communicationCritical Points:•Hungarian Constitution•Media LawResults and balance
  • 5. THE ITALIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FORHUNGARY  IFCC: history, role, functions, activities  Assocamerestero, Unioncamere, EU-Chambers  ICCH: history, role, functions, activities  Publications, events, internal Commissions, ITL Dtabase
  • 6. HUNGARY TODAY: A GENERAL OUTLOOK New economic development Opening up to foreign markets Increase of FDI FDI in Hungary  2000 – 2010 New relations with foreing Countries – China and Portugal New economic Plans Financial crisis and mortgages loans question
  • 7. NEW ECONOMIC PLANSSzéll Kálmán PlanMarch 2011Fiscal PlanMain points: Jobs, Pensions, Public transports, Education, Health,  Fiscal System and Public AdministrationNew Széchenyi PlanJanuary 2011Economic measureMain points: Healt, Green economy, Policy on residential properties, Development of the business sector, Education, science, innovation, growth, Employment,TransportsFunding projects
  • 8. ICCH DURING THE HUNGARIAN PRESIDENCY OF THE EU Presidency of EU-Chambers European Projects – Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs Events with representatives of Hungarian Government (Minister Matolcsi,  Minister Fellegi, Secretary Pal) EU-Chamber Boat
  • 9. EVENTS 7th March 2011: Conference on Energy with Secretary Kovács Pál 1st  February 2011: Business Lunch with Minister of Economy György  Matolcsi 31st March 2011: Business Lunch with Minister of Development Tamás  Fellegy 11st July 2011: EU-Chambers Boat, Gala Dinner with Minister of Foreing  Affairs János Martonyi
  • 10. CONCLUSION Future perspectives New role in the International System Challenges for Hungarian Government