Hong Kong opens gate toward Asian countries

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Hong Kong is not only a gate to trade with China but could also act as a bridgehead for Hungarian companies wishing to open toward Asian countries, according to Susan Lam, the director for Germany and Central Europe of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), and József Gaál, deputy president of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MKIK).

The two parties met at the HKTDC business forum held in Budapest yesterday. Gaál pointed out that Hungary is Hong Kong's biggest partner in the Central-East European region in terms of bilateral trade.

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