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The Hungarian Electricity Works (MVM) opened a representative office in Brussels, according to a report published by Hungarian news agency MTI today. 

State-owned MVM said that it intends to build stronger relationships with European Union policy-makers and representatives of the over 100 major energy companies located in the city, as per MTI’s coverage. 

MVM plans to play a more important role in Central and Eastern Europe, the EU and other markets. The organization is also interested in participating in EU-level policy-making, particularly on electricity market reforms and environmental policy.

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