Today’s international trading system is characterised by continuous change and tensions that have not be seen for a long time. The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade has organised a roundtable discussion in order to evaluate the most important ongoing trends and developments of international trade. The event was moderated by Péter Goreczky, colleague of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Ivana Karaskova, senior researcher on China of Prague based AMO (Association for International Affairs) and lecturer of Charles University delivered an open lecture at IFAT on the image and influence of China in the CEE region on 1st of February.
Hungary aims to be at the forefront of innovation in the region, and besides large enterprises the start-up ecosystem is also a major contributor in achieving that goal. The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade has organised a roundtable discussion in order to explore the role of start-ups in the country’s external economic relations and their opportunities in external markets. The event was moderated by Péter Goreczky, colleague of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade.
On 15th of October the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade hosted Mr. Andrei Radulescu, director of macroeconomic research of Banca Transilvania and researcher at the Institute for World Economy of the Romanian Academy of Sciences who held a keynote at the closed discussion panel focusing on the Romanian economy.
Dr. László Vasa, chief advisor and senior researcher represented the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade at the 28th Economic Forum in Krynica (South Poland), where he moderated the "Schengen Area Facing the Migrant Crisis – the End of Europe Without Borders? " panel discussion.
On 3 September the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) hosted a public lecture of Muhammad Mohiuddin, PhD on the free trade agreement between the European Union and Canada (CETA) that entered into force provisionally in September 2017.