Hungarian, Uzbek companies discuss cooperation
Representatives of Hungarian and Uzbek companies have discussed cooperation at a business forum in Tashkent.
Cooperation agreements were signed between HITA and its Uzbek counterpart Uzinfoinvest, as well as between Hungarian companies Richter, MOL, Eximbank, Innomed, Kozvillszer, Agrochemie, 1000 Ut Travel Agency and AMT Technology and local business partners.
Twenty-four Hungarian companies, as well as business association MGYOSZ and the Hungarian Water Industry Cluster met for talks with local companies invited by Uzinfoinvest and the Uzbek Chamber of Commerce and Trade.
The companies are part of a delegation travelling with Hungarian President Pál Schmitt.
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