Development minister arrives in China for one-week visit

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National Development Minister Tamás Fellegi, who also serves at the government’s commissioner for Chinese-Hungarian bilateral relations, arrived to Beijing at the head of a delegation on Wednesday for a one-week visit to China.

The delegation will meet in Beijing with officials from the People’s Bank of China, Hainan Airlines and the China Railway Construction Corporation before travelling on for further talks in Shanghai, Ningbo, Shenzhen and Hong Kong.

In members of the delegation include Government Debt Management Center (ÁKK) CEO Gyula Pleschinger, who was recently appointed as state secretary at the Ministry of National Economy, Hungarian Development Bank Deputy CEO Zoltán Urbán, Hungarian State Railways (MÁV) CEO Ferenc Szarvas and government secretary for Sino-Hungarian bilateral relations Dániel Mendelényi.

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