Gov’t signs partnership agreement with Schneider Electric

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Hungary’s government signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the local unit of France-based Schneider Electric in Szigetszentmiklós, near the capital, on Thursday. The agreement was signed by National Economy Minister Mihály Varga and the head of Schneider Electric Hungary József Spilkó.

Since last year, the government has signed strategic partnership agreements with the local units of Coca-Cola, Alcoa, Daimler, Suzuki, Hankook, General Electric, Microsoft, Stadler Rail, Tesco, IBM, Tata Consultancy Services, Nokia Siemens, National Instruments, Audi, Jabil Circuit, Continental, Dalkia, Lego, Teva, Sanofi, Bridgestone, Siemens, Denso, Ericsson, Bosch, Telenor and Phoenix Mecano, as well as with Hungarian drugmakers Richter and Egis, Hungarian road haulage company Waberer’s, Chinese ICT company Huawei Technologies, Canada’s Linamar, and Tata Consultancy and CG Electric of India.

It expects to sign more than 50 such agreements.

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