Hungary president meets with South Korean corporate leaders

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Hungary's President Pál Schmitt met with Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Chairman Yong-Sung Park and Hankook Tire Chairman Cho Yang-rae on Wednesday, the third day of his four-day visit to South Korea, MTI Hírcentrum reported.

Schmitt is scheduled to meet with the president of Samsung Electronics later in the day on Wednesday.

Hankook Tire and Samsung Electronics operate units in Hungary.

Doosan group is reported to be interested in participating as a supplier in an eventual expansion of the Paks power station, Hungary's only nuclear power plant.

Schmitt attended the 53-nation 2012 Seoul Nuclear Security Summit on Monday and Tuesday.

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