György Matolcsy urges (Head of the National Bank of Hungary) urges: the construction of a high-speed train to the airport, imposing sugar tax, state support of medical treatment for pregnant women etc. He also suggests a solution for nursery flu and the complete renewal of Budapest – just like for a change in the tendency of foreign language learning by 2030 as well.
You can read the 10 points of Matolcsy what’s supposed to be done by 2030, below:
- High-speed train and road to the downtown of Budapest
- Modern roads everywhere – without roads there is no way out of poverty
- State support of ovum donation for women who would like to have children
- Nursery flu is widespread in Hungary because of bad practices – children should be examined at the moment of entering the nursery/kindergarten, like in China, not at around noon like here
- The irrigation system does not function properly, because we irrigate only a tiny portion of the agricultural land – in time of drought we lose 0.5-1% of the GDP (30-40% of the harvest) just because we do not irrigate properly. Building 100 irrigation lakes are required along with canals
- We only use the thermal water of Budapest in a strictly limited way – we should max out our possibilities and offer more opportunities to our guests
- Let’s make a healthy way of life fashionable – we are one of the most obese nations, so sugar should be taxed.
- It is high time to start evaluating the results of certain state measures. It is time to measure the performance of teachers and doctors as well to see what we finance exactly from public funds – we should also make the results public on the internet. If we filter out 5% of the worst associates of these professions, we would have a 50% better result – it is compulsory in the digital world
- Let’s not accept that foreign language skills are both weak in younger and older generations as well – let’s turn the tendency entirely by 2030
- We cannot let the capital city stop in improvement! Let’s involve many civil renewal plans for Budapest with the financial support of the state and sources of the private sector
Source: 24.hu novekedes.hu