Audi Hungaria's Dintner Given Hungarian Order of Merit

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Alfons Dintner, chairman of the Board of Directors of Audi Hungaria (left) receives the Knight's Cross of the Order of Merit of Hungary from Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Budapest on Nov. 14

Photo by Attila Kovács / MTI.

Alfons Dintner, the chairman of Audi Hungaria, was presented with the Knights Cross of Hungarian Order of Merit by Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó in Budapest this week, according to origo.hu. 

Szijjártó acknowledged Dintner for his work to advance German automaker Audi's activities at the Audi Hungaria factory in Győr (120 km northwest of Budapest), for fostering closer cooperation between the business sector and higher education, and for strengthening economic ties between Germany and Hungary. 

He also paid tribute to Audi's contribution to what he called the "dimensional shift" in H ungary's economy.

He said the firm was putting the country at the forefront of the automotive industry revolution with the start of production of electric motors in Győr and by strengthening its service and R&D functions as well as expanding production capacity.

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