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.
In the framework of the cooperation of China and 16 Central and Eastern European countries the symposium of thinks tanks focusing on foreign affairs is organised on an annual basis. In 2018 the event was hosted by Macedonia.
The transformation of Saudi Arabia and the opportunities for enhanced relations with the Visegrad countries
The first joint conference of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) and the Prince Saud Feisal Institute for Diplomatic Studies (IDS) from Saudi Arabia took place on the 20th of September 2018, with the title “The transformation of Saudi Arabia and relations with the...
On 16 April, the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade organized a roundtable discussion entitled the Romanian economy – an outlook, where Dr Andrei Radulescu, Director of Macroeconomic Research, Banca Transilvania and Gábor Miklós, assistant lecturer at Corvinus University of Budapest shared their knowledge and thoughts with the audience. The discussion was moderated by Péter Goreczky, senior analyst at the Institute for Foreign affairs and Trade.
On 9 April Péter Goreczky, senior analyst of IFAT participated at the One Belt One Road - China-CEE Relations in the 21th Century conference at Corvinus University, organised by the Central Europe Association and the Institute for Cultural Relations Policy.