Hungarian companies strike deals worth over $1m at Cuban trade show

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Hungarian companies made business deals worth several million dollars with Cuban partners at the 29th Havana International Fair, the Hungarian Investment and Trade Agency (HITA) told MTI on Friday.

Twenty-five Hungarian companies from the healthcare, food, construction, automotive and machinery industries are showing at the fair. Eighteen have brought their own staff and HITA is representing the rest.

The deals were struck for hotel developments, pharmaceutical deliveries, gardening equipment and machinery, HITA said.

About 1,500 companies form almost 60 countries are participating at the fair.

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