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Joint chamber lunch with Mihály Varga

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Géza Dede/Ministry for National Economy

The French-Hungarian Chamber of Commerce, along with the Joint Venture Association (JVSZ), the British, Dutch, German and Swiss chambers of commerce, the commercial division of the Austrian Embassy, and the Magyarok a Piacon Klub, is organizing a business lunch with Mihály Varga, Minister of Finance and co-president of JVSZ. 

Minister of Finance Mihály Varga. Photo by Géza Dede/Ministry for National Economy

The lunch on June 28 runs from noon-2 p.m. in Gundel Restaurant, with registration starting at 11:30 a.m. The welcome address will be delivered by Péter Tálos, president of JVSZ and site director of Foxconn in Hungary. Simultaneous interpretation in English will be provided. 

Tickets for chamber members cost HUF 16,000 + VAT, or HUF 20,000 + VAT for non-members. Places must be booked by June 25. For further information, check the French-Hungarian chamber website. 

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