Hungary Willie Kearney

Politics - Politics of Hungary takes place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democratic republic. Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and the parliament. Hungary is an independent, democratic and constitutional state, which has been a member of the European Union Since 2004. Since 1989 Hungary has been a parliamentary republic.

Economics - Hungary is an OECD high-income mixed economy. The Hungarian economy is the 57th-largest economy in the world out of 188 countries measured by IMF with $265.037 billion annual output. Hungary is an export-oriented market economy with a heavy emphasis on foreign trade this is the 35th largest export economy in the world. The country had more than $100 billion of exports in 2015, With a high trade surplus of $9.003 billion. %79 went to the EU while the other 21% was extra-EU trade

Religion - Religion in Hungary has been dominated by forms of Christianity for centuries. In 2011 both Greek and Roman 38.9% Hungarians were Catholics, 13.8% were Protestants, 11.6% were Calvinists, 2.2% followed other religions, 16.7% were non-religious, and 1.5% were atheist. Other religious practiced is Sunni Islam and Judaism

Social Structure - The people are organized into 8 different groups, (2% elite, 10.5% upper middle class, 6% is the upwardly mobile young people, 7% rural members of the professions, 17% traditional lower middle class, 18% precariat, 16.5% manual workers, 23% declassed groups.) The member of higher social classes tend to live in Budapest and major urban centers and are highly qualified. The members of the lower classes tend to live in small towns or a rural environment and have a low level of education.

Industry - The industry is leaning mainly on processing industry. The main sectors of Hungarian industry are heavy industry mining, metallurgy, machine and steal production), energy production, mechanical engineering, chemicals, food industry. Hungary is forced to import most of these materials to satisfy the demands of the industry do to the sparse energy and raw material resources. In the last decade, food industrial production and amounts to 7-8% of the country's exports.

Art/Entertainment - Hungarian culture and Budapest's art scene is so vibrant and divers that even the pickiest tourist will be overwhelmed with activities to fill their days and nights. The city is jam-packed with museums, galleries, theatres, concert halls, movie theatres, and night clubs,

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Created with images by steve p2008 - "untitled image" • ibolyka1 - "Hungary, Budapest" • tpsdave - "hungary buildings village" • AlwaysWanderlust - "eger cityscape hungary" • Thomas Depenbusch - "Budapest, St. Stephens dome" • TravelCoffeeBook - "parliament budapest architecture" • skeeze - "parliament building night architecture" • azzurrodesign - "budapest by night city light night" • Free Grunge Textures - www.freestock.ca - "Hungary Grunge Flag" • skeeze - "interior church buda castle palace" • Paul and Jill - "the priest in the parade at Tómalom-Fürdő" • ResoluteSupportMedia - "100211-RCN-006" • HeyRocker - "Castle Hill" • Jorge Lascar - "Statue of Pavol Országh Hviezdoslav on the square named after him" • sikeri - "Food table" • aljuarez - "Budapest, Hungary"

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