Budapest feared conference could become a distraction before the general election.
Sales across the EU grew 5.9% in November as four of the big 5 markets performed well, but couldn't match the stunning growth in the two small East European countries.
Orban government sued over EU migrant quotas, and laws on the transparency of foreign-funded NGOs and higher education.
Populists in all three countries have whipped up resistance to the bloc’s relocation plan. The Czechs have accepted just 12 designated migrants in two years, while the Poles and Hungarians have allowed in none.
The State Audit Office has accused Jobbik of accepting over HUF330mn in illegal financing, which makes it liable for a HUF660mn fine.