Conference aims to boost economic ties between Hungary, India

Conferences

A conference that aims to further develop economic ties between Hungary and India will take place in Budapest’s Gundel Restaurant on November 23, the Hungarian Investment and Trade Agency (HITA) said.

The conference, entitled "Rising India in Central Europe", is organized by CoSignum Eco-Innovation. Its main patrons are National Economy Minister György Matolcsy and Ambassador of India to Hungary Gauri Shankar Gupta.

Interested parties may register for the conference here.

Indian FDI in Hungary exceeds $1bn. Indian-owned companies employ about 6,200 people in the country.

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