Budapest, March 30 (MTI) – Prices for public catering services are expected to drop as a result of the planned nationalisation of such services, daily Magyar Idok said on Wednesday.
Talks have already started about transferring control over all public catering services from local councils to the state.
Government office chief János Lázár said prices could drop as a result of the move. The main concern of the private companies currently involved in offering such services is to generate profits, he said according to the paper.
The affected catering services are used by schools, summer camps operated by the state and local councils, hospitals and other institutions offering social services and child protection services.