Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is having talks in China’s “Silicon Valley” 

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán travelled from Beijing to Shenzhen in South China where he had talks with Shenzhen party secretary Meng Fanli and viewed the exhibition entitled ‘40th Anniversary of the Reform and Development of Guangdong Province’ in the building of the Museum of Contemporary Art and Planning Exhibition, Bertalan Havasi, the Prime Minister’s press chief informed the Hungarian news agency MTI on Thursday. 

The city leader introduced the history of Shenzhen to members of the Hungarian delegation, and informed them about economic and business cooperation opportunities.

Shenzhen is one of China’s special economic zones with a population of 17 million; it is one of China’s five most populous cities. It is a global technological, research, production, financial, tourism and logistic hub; its port is the world’s fourth busiest container port. 

During the day, Mr Orbán will conduct further talks with the executives of Chinese business giants in the region, and will visit the Nanshan Cultural Centre designed by the Hungarian Zoboki-Demeter design and architecture firm, Mr Havasi reported.


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