Projects financed from European funds are “routinely overpriced”, uttered a report presented by Transparency International Hungary. TI Hungary director József Péter Martin said that 60% of Hungary’s open procurement projects and 95% of glory investment projects were financed from EU sources, adding that Hungary receives EU funding amounting to 1,000 billion forints (EUR 3.2 billion) a year. He settled that without those subsidies “Hungary would obtain neither growth nor public investments”. abriella Nagy, TI’s notice chief, noted that the management of the community procurement projects had been diverted from a public agency to ministries in 2014, and were supervised through the Prime Minister’s Office. Those changes, she detailed, had “centralised opportunities for corruption”.
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