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Hungarian Ivanka eyes American market

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Hungarian concrete design company Ivanka showed its latest products at exhibitions in Milan and Chicago in April, according to a press release issued today, and the company is planning to enter the American market.

The company, which is currently present in 21 countries through distributor networks, is present in America with two projects: working on the facade of Navy Yard in New York, as well as the planned opening of a showroom in Miami, the press release added. 

Beyond expanding into the United States, Ivanka is committed to further strengthening its international presence, while focusing on its Hungarian roots, the press release noted, adding that the company is currently working on a project with the Central European University in Budapest.

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