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Four U.S. deals could create 1,800 new jobs in Hungary

Int’l Relations

kormany.hu/Gergely Botár

The agreements reached by the Hungarian delegation in the United States with four U.S. companies on investment projects in Hungary are expected to create 1,700-1,800 jobs in the country, Hungary’s Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister Peter Szijjártó said.

(Photo: kormany.hu/Gergely Botár)

Speaking on state-owned all-news channel M1 after returning from the United States, the minister, who led the delegation, said that the investment projects will be realized in the automotive, IT and services sectors, Hungarian news agency MTI reported. Szijjártó did not provide any further details on the investments, MTI reported.

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