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Govt signs strategic cooperation agreement with Huawei Technologies

Int’l Relations

Hungary's government signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Chinese ICT company Huawei Technologiesin Beijing on Thursday. The agreement was signed by government commissioner for harmonising Hungarian-Chinese bilateral ties Péter Szijjártó and Huawei Technologies vice president Philip Jiang. Szijjártó told MTI by telephone that Huawei would strive in the coming years to expand its production activity in Hungary and form business partnerships with more domestic suppliers. Hungary's government has expressed its intention to support the implementation of the company's EU business goals, he added. Since last summer, 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 and Lego, as well as with Hungarian drugmaker Gedeon Richter. It expects to sign about 40 such agreements.

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