Supporting subcontracting linkages in Hungary
into the country, and the spreading of small and medium-sized enterprises. As a rule, customer companies are larger, often foreign-owned, while the smaller supplier firms are usually Hungarian SMEs.This article describes the levels of assistance currently available to assist SMEs entering
subcontracting relationships, and suggests that the most efficient programmes assist the relationship itself, through for example information services and supplier networks.
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