The European Commission has adopted a series of economic policy recommendations to individual Member States to strengthen the recovery that began a year ago. The recommendations are based on detailed analyses of each country’s situation and provide guidance on how to boost growth, increase competitiveness and create jobs in 2014-2015. The list of recommendations for Hungary is long. It addresses sectoral taxes, the budget, public debt, the banking sector, lending, unemployment and problems for the Roma population.
In order to alleviate poverty, implement streamlined and integrated policy measures to reduce poverty significantly, particularly among children and Roma.
Implement a national strategy on early school leaving prevention with a focus on drop-outs from vocational education and training. Put in place a systematic approach to reducing educational segregation and to promote inclusive mainstream education for disadvantaged groups, in particular Roma.
Source (English language): http://www.portfolio.hu/en/economy/commission_presents_long_list_of_recommendations_for_hungary.27866.html