Hungary’s birth rate plan expected to cost up to $531 million next year

A new package of tax and benefit measures intended to raise Hungary’s sagging birth rate will kick into effect in the second half of this year and could cost up to 150 billion forints ($531 million) in 2020, state news agency MTI reported on Monday.

A new package of tax and benefit measures intended to raise Hungary’s sagging birth rate will kick into effect in the second half of this year and could cost up to 150 billion forints ($531 million) in 2020, state news agency MTI reported on Monday.