Vietnam proposes €350 mln hospital investment with Hungarian assistance
The Vietnamese government has proposed the construction of a €350 mln hospital with Hungarian assistance as well as water industry investments, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjártó said after a meeting with Vietnamese Deputy Foreign Minister Bui Thanh Son in Budapest yesterday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade said.
Hungarian companies have invested €25 mln in Vietnam as part of a joint aid program, the ministry said.
The establishment of a EU-Vietnam free trade pact could be an important step forward, it added.
Szijjártó said Hungary supports the close of talks on the agreement as soon as possible, noting that it could boost Hungarian exports to Vietnam.
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