A Polish-Hungarian business chamber, comprising 33 companies, was established in Warsaw on Tuesday.
Its foundation was supported by the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MKIK) and its partner organisation in Poland. The new chamber said in a statement that it would cooperate with Hungarian export promotion company CED and its Polish counterpart with assistance by the Polish embassy in Budapest and the Hungarian embassy in Warsaw.
Among the chamber’s founding members are Hungarian-owned property developer Cordia Polska, pharmaceutical company Gedeon Richter Polska and construction company TriGránit, as well as Polish-owned office furniture company NowyStyl Hungary.
The chamber will promote bilateral economic ties between the countries through publications, the organisation of business events and fostering a network of business contacts.
Orsolya Zsuzsanna Kovács, Hungary’s ambassador in Poland, expressed hope that the new chamber will help boost bilateral trade in the post-pandemic period and contribute to building a long-term partnership.