Hungary's EU Minister Etele Baráth signed a Hungarian-French agreement targeting bilateral cooperation in economic and research development efforts with his French counterpart Catherine Colonna in Brussels on Monday. The agreement, seeking to improve competitiveness in general, was designed to identify cooperation points between local production systems in France and Hungary's "centers of competitiveness." The two parties agreed that the initiative could contribute to promoting innovation and market development, and it would make it easier to access EU subsidies.
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