The sugar factories survived the two world wars, but did not survive the period of political and economic transformation that came in the wake of the collapse of the Soviet Union; then, we had 12 sugar factories employing 8,000 people and producing 600 thousand tons of sugar explained the prime minister in Kaposvár at the inauguration ceremony of the Kaposvar Sugar Factory, the only factory remained after the collapse of communism.
According to the prime minister, many people thought in 2004, when Hungary joined the European Union that we would be entering into an elite club; but, it turned out that the EU is "the club of adversaries (predators?) where everyone has to fight for his own interest; those who will not do this, despised and ridiculed behind their back".
Hungary today, imports two-thirds of its sugar needs said PM Orbán. However, in 2010, we realized that a new world order is emerging; therefore, let's not focus only on the current crisis, but also prepare for the post-crisis era said the prime minister.
(mno.hu – hungarianambiance.com)
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