Hungary -Government signs fifth strategic partnership agreement this year -November 21, 2012

At the signing ceremony in the Parliament, Prime Minister Orbán assured of Hungary’s unbroken support to the free trade agreement signed between the EU and Japan. He stressed that the Hungarian Suzuki plant was of particular significance for the country since after the fall of communism, it has contributed to the integration of the economy into the new world economic order. He also informed that as a result of the negotiations, Japanese investors may come to Hungary in the upcoming one or two years. The Government is committed to creating an investment-friendly environment for international companies. With such an aim, similar agreements have been signed with industrial giants like Coca-Cola, pharmaceutical firm Gedeon Richter, aluminium company Alcoa-Kofem and car manufacturer Daimler.

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