Carpathian Region Business Network opens first office in Slovakia

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The Carpathian Region Business Network, a joint initiative of the Hungarian Investment and Trade Agency (HITA) and the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, has opened an office in Kosice, its first in Slovakia, the National Economy Ministry said on Thursday. The office is the network's eighth. The network now operates in four countries: Romania, Serbia, Ukraine and Slovakia. The Carpathian Region Business Network is part of the Wekerle Plan, a recently announced government scheme that aims to boost economic growth by reinforcing the position of Hungarian and local companies, especially SMEs, in the Carpathian Basin.

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