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Hungarian trading house opens in Armenia

Int’l Relations

A Hungarian trading house has been opened in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, the state-owned Hungarian National Trading House Company (MNKH) announced today.

The trading house is the 15th Hungarian trade office in the world.

MNKH CEO György Kerekes said the aim of the trading house is to seek new markets and opportunities and boost trade relations and exports.

MNKH has trading houses in China, Russia, Singapore, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Laos, Vietnam, Brazil, Macedonia and Ghana. It plans to raise the number to 25 by year-end.

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