Convenience stores

1,450 convenience stores renovated as part of the Village program

Nicolas Pongratz

Tuesday, October 11, 2022, 10:30 a.m.

Some 1,450 convenience stores in small Hungarian towns have been renovated with the help of the government’s Hungarian Village Programme, worth more than HUF 50 billion.

The government commissioner for the development of modern establishments, Alpár Gyopáros, said the initiative mainly supports the “rescue” of shops selling essential consumer goods operating in the villages, as well as their renovation and the purchase of equipment. , according to a report by profitline.hu.

He added that about 100 settlements where such businesses have been closed in recent years are participating in the program, but with the launch of the support system, these business units have reopened.

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