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Huawei supply centre opens unit in SW Hungary

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Chinese-owned Huawei Technologies Hungary European Supply Centre opened a unit in Cserkut, near Pecs (SW Hungary), on Tuesday.

Chinese ambassador to Hungary Gao Jian said Huawei’s presence in Pecs and Cserkut was an important part of the economic cooperation between Hungary and China.

Pecs mayor Zsolt Pava said Huawei viewed the city as a partner, staying there even after its supplier Elcoteq went bankrupt and ensuring the continuation of production.

Contract electronics manufacturer Flextronics started assembling optical and transmission units as well as network communications products in Cserkut from the end of 2011.

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