Hungarian trade house active in Baku
The Hungarian trade house in Baku has fostered negotiations with 40 companies in the year since it opened, the state secretariat for foreign affairs and external economic relations said on Thursday. Some of the talks are close to producing contracts, and financing packages involving Széchenyi Commercial Bank are being worked out, the secretariat said. Hungary opened its first trade house in the capital of Azerbaijan with the support of Széchenyi Commercial Bank. The government wants to open trade houses in Riyadh, Beijing and the Kazakh capital of Astana this year. A Hungarian trade house will open in Moscow with the cooperation of Quaestor Csoport in Moscow on April 22.
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