Commercial Counsellor of Embassy of Hungary in China visited Beijing Furuizhi Group Co., Ltd for cooperation purpose
In the morning of March 8th 2013, a group of 5 persons including Miklos zseli, Commercial Counsellor of Embassy of Hungary in China, Hortenzia Hosszu, First Secretary of science and technology and Ye Zixing, Chief Representative of Carbon Solutions Group in China, etc met with Wan Dongcheng, Executive President, and Yang Yonghong, Deputy General Managerof Furuizhi Group in Beijing Environment Building. Both parties conducted further negotiations regarding matters related to ecological energy efficiency industry project cooperation between China and Hungary.
an Dongcheng, Executive President of Furuizhi Group (the first one from the left) introduces Furuizhi industrial park project to Hortenzia Hosszu, First Secretary of science and technology (the second one from the left), Miklos Zseli, Commercial Counsellor of Embassy of Hungary in China (the second one from the right) and Ye Zixing, Chief Representative of Carbon Solutions Group in China (the first one from the right).
Miklos Zseli, Commercial Counsellor, showed great interest to Furuizhi industrial park and posed many questions related to industrial park construction and cooperation. In addition, he gave highly confirmation and praise to the group strength and Furuizhi ER-445 Refrigerant. He expressed that Hungary government supports the project very much and would like to recommend Furuizhi to European market and settle in Europe. They would more like to introduce the leading European technologies and cooperation partners to China to cooperate with Furuizhi Ecological Environmental Protection Industry Research Institute and hope to become close cooperation partner with Furuizhi Group in the future.
On October 6th 1949, China and Hungary established diplomatic relations at ambassadorial level. For a long time, China and Hungary maintained and developed friendly cooperation relations between the two countries on the basis of mutual benefit and equity. Both countries conducted high-level visits to each other: the contact between China and Hungary became increasingly active and the senior delegates visited each other regularly. Since 2000, the economic and trade relations between China and Hungary developed rapidly and the annual growth rate of the value in trade between these two countries maintained at around 40%. In 2003, the value of trade between China and Hungary reached the sum of USD2.588 billion. China and Hungary had become the largest trade partner of each other in their respective regions. China’s investment to Hungary also increased significantly. In February 2003, Bank of China, Hungary Branch was formally opened and this is the first branch institutions of Bank of China in central and eastern Europe regions. In November last year, two large entrepreneur delegations in China visited Hungary successively and they were received by Prime Minister Paul Meggyesi. According to incomplete statistics, there are more than 20 Chinese-funded companies that registered in Hungary. There are also over a thousand private companies of all kind that are established by the Chinese who travelled to Hungary involving such areas as business, catering, service, real estate and agriculture, etc. With China’s participation in WTO and Hungary’s participation in EU, the prospects of economic and trade relations between the two countries is brighter.