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German-owned company heads press for talks

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The leaders of Hungary-based, German-owned companies urged constructive talks regarding issues of economic regulations with all affected partners in attendance at the meeting with Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel in Budapest yesterday, the head of the German-Hungarian Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Gabriel A Brennauer, said in a statement.

According to Brennauer, business leaders insisted that meetings take place in a timely manner in order to strengthen bilateral economic ties. The head added that Merkel “showed great interest” in the situation.

Brennauer said the participants exchanged ideas at the meeting regarding investment conditions in Hungary affecting their local operations.

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