Evosoft HUF 5.2 Bn Investment To Create 125 Jobs In Hungary

  • 9 Nov 2018 10:39 AM
  • Hungary Matters
Evosoft HUF 5.2 Bn Investment To Create 125 Jobs In Hungary
Evosoft Hungary is investing 5.2 billion forints (EUR 16m) in two projects creating 125 new jobs for highly qualified IT professionals, Péter Szijjártó, the minister of foreign affairs and trade, said at a press conference.

The government has taken a number of measures to boost the country’s competitiveness and promote digital investments, such as introducing Europe’s lowest corporate tax and one of its lowest income taxes, he said.

Evosoft, owned by Siemens, is Hungary’s leading software development company. One of the two R, D and I development projects, worth 4.5 billion forints, will be in located in Budapest and Miskolc, creating 75 new jobs.

The other will be implemented in Miskolc and Szeged, creating 50 new jobs. Evosoft is getting 1.4 billion forints of non-refundable support from the Hungarian state for the two investments, the minister noted.

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