Hungarian companies show at Romanian farm, food fair

Competition

Twenty-five Hungarian companies showed at the Agromalin International Farm and Food Industry Expo in the Romanian city of Arad on September 8-11, the Hungarian Investment and Trade Agency (HITA) said.

The companies showed at stands with a combined space of 635sqm, attracting about 3,000 visitors, HITA said. The companies expect their presence at the fair to drum up business worth €1 million within a year, it added.

Altogether 175 exhibitors were at the trade fair which drew more than 10,000 visitors.

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