The agreement was signed by Deputy Prime Minister Tibor Navracsics and AmCham chairman Istvan Havas.
AmCham’s proposals to the government will serve to improve the competitiveness of the country, Havas said.
Navracsics said it was in the common interest of the signers that Hungary should regain its competitiveness. To achieve this aim, the government has taken several difficult and painful steps in the past nine months, and these will be followed by more in the near future, he added.
AmCham is the biggest business chamber in Hungary with more than 450 members from 20 countries.