Into Bulgaria, Turkey (10 days of business, the depth of the tour) as the "Belt and Road" in the relevant countries and the business sector has a certain influence of international organizations, in order to promote the "Belt and Road" landing, driving more domestic enterprises "go out", sharing the general Chamber of Commerce platform brings a large number of international resources and opportunities, @Silk Road Chamber of International Commerce (SRCIC) will be the organizer of the event to organize business visits to Bulgaria-Turkey and attend relevant economic and trade supporting activities. Highlights: 1. Visit Turkey's Chiapas holding group 2. The 32nd annual Meeting of the Asia-Pacific Chamber of Commerce and Industry 3. Wine Tasting Depth Tour 4. Meet the former deputy prime Minister of Bulgaria, Mr. Alexander Tomov. Time: November 19-November 29 content: 1. Study Tour: Explore the sights of Bulgaria and Turkey and experience the special concentrate 2. Business trip: Visit local business and business center, connect the first-line economic and trade resources 3. On-Business docking: Talk with local enterprises, face-to-head cooperation 4. Project review: Review of investment projects recommended by Cacci and Tobb 5. Quality accommodation: Five-star hotel accommodation standard 6. Business Services: Provide full translation, arrange talks and other exclusive business butler service contact: Song Liu 13671300576 email@example.com https://lnkd.in/ggc4hXf
Ties between China and Hungary have expanded rapidly in recent years, with advances made in political, trade and people-to-people relations.
The Belt and Road Initiative and the "16+1" cooperation mechanism have pushed China-Hungary relations to a new level. According to Chinese Ambassador to Hungary Duan Jielong, "the relations between China and Hungary have entered the best period in history."
Hungary signed the memorandum of understanding over China's Belt and Road Initiative in June 2015, becoming the first European country to establish a Belt and Road working group with China, which signifies a successful docking of the China-proposed initiative with Hungary's "opening to the East" policy.
The building of the Hungary-Serbia railway, an important cooperation project, has progressed smoothly. Furthermore, the China Railway Express from Chinese cities, such as Xi'an, Chongqing and Changsha, arrived in Budapest last year.
China is Hungary's most important trading partner outside Europe. Last year, trade between the two countries exceeded 10 billion U.S. dollars.