The Future of the EU

One of the most important partners of the American Hungarian Chamber of Commerce, the Institute for Dispute Resolution (IDR) at New Jersey City University (NJCU) has a program: Connecting Bridges and Borders. The IDR presented a new podcast: "The Future of the EU: A Discussion with Prof. David Weiss and Doctoral Candidate Laura Skillen" (more…)
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Hungarian Hospitality

Dr. Martin Zsarnoczky, Associate Professor, Head of the Education of American Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Andras Revesz, the VP of the AmHunCham discussed with Professor David Weiss, Director of NJCU Connecting Bridges and Borders program about the impact of COVID-19 on the tourism in Hungary and touch upon Hospitality Management concepts. (more…)
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Hungary is open for business

Upon his official visit to New York in December 2019 H.E. Mr. Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary met Mr. Anthony Russo, President of the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey (CIANJ). On the margin of their fruitful meeting, Minister Szijjártó gave an interview to Mr. Russo about the economic and business environment in Hungary. The article is now (February 2020) published in the Commerce Magazine, the official publication of CIANJ. The CIANJ is one o...
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Hungary: Where Innovation Creates Value

The Hungarian Consulate General hosted a special event the other night, where investment opportunities in Hungary were put into limelight. In the framework of the investment forum "Hungary: Where Innovation Creates Value", Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Róbert Ésik, CEO of the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (HIPA) presented the "Chain Bridge Budapest Award" to Arconic. (more…)
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Cooperation between Hungary and US EXIM Bank

Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó and President and Chairman of the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) Kimberly A. Reed signed a Memorandum of Understanding on future cooperation between the Hungarian and the U.S. EXIM Banks in Washington D.C., thus further strengthening the thriving economic and trade relationship between our two countries. (more…)
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