Nearly one million people have taken an experimental coronavirus vaccine developed by China National Pharmaceutical Group (Sinopharm) through the country's emergency use program, the firm said on Wednesday.
China launched the emergency use program in July, which so far includes three vaccine candidates for essential workers and other limited groups of people.
Mr Wu Jiang, CEO of CECZ Group, co-founder and vice-president of ChinaCham received today the Knight's Cross of the Hungarian Order of Merit for his tireless efforts in helping Hungary with the procurement, delivery and donations of medical supplies for protection against the COVID-19 epidemic. Heartfelt congratulations!
The Chinese city of Qingdao is testing its entire population of nine million people for Covid-19 over a period of five days.
After earlier years of contract manufacturing, Lenovo has now decided to build a new, in-house manufacturing unit. The Hong Kong-based company will manufacture products for data centres and desktops in its brand new facility in Üllő in the framework of an investment worth EUR 24.7 million, in the meantime creating almost 1,000 new jobs.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will hold a virtual meeting with German and European Union (EU) leaders on Monday, a timely and critical gathering to steer the China-EU partnership toward a more stable and mature future in a world where uncertainties abound.
Announcement by the Chinese Embassy in Hungary about requirements for certified Health Declaration Form before boarding China-bound airlines in Hungary
I.Effective on 7th September, 2020, all passengers whose origin is Hungary and ultimate destination is China are required to take nucleic acid PCR tests in Hungary for COVID-19 within 3 days before boarding.
Transit passengers whose origin is not Hungary should complete the PCR test and verification procedure in the Chinese Embassies or Consulate Generals in their origin nations.
Beijing is opening up to the world again after China has spent over half a year combating COVID-19, with occasional resurgences in some cities. The capital city announced on Wednesday plans to resume direct international flights, starting from Thursday, which signals that locally transmitted cases have been fully contained, leading medical experts commented.
Hungary's Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó has become the first foreign minister from the European Union to visit China since the outbreak of COVID-19. He met with his counterpart, Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi, in southwest China's region of Guangxi on Monday. He speaks to Yang Chengxi about the goal of his visit.
The Chinese ambassador to Hungary, Duan Jielong, was on Monday elected a member of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS).
The 2020 China International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS) will be held at China National Convertion Center from Sep. 3rd to 7th. The 2020 CIFTIS will involve both online and offline activities. The holding of 2020 CIFITIS will help to strengthern the confidence for development under COVID-19 epidemic, advance the glabal trade in services development and economic growth. We sincerely invite Hungarian companies to participate in the online exhibitions and activities in the 2020 CIFITIS to share business oppotunities, development achivements and reach win-win cooperation and future.
Attached we send the invitaion and introduction materials, more info could be reach on https://www.ciftis.org/.
On July 7, 2020, the Hungarian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (ChinaCham Hungary) held the first Business Club event after the epidemic period with great success. At the event supported by DLA Piper, Dr. Ernő Duda immunologist, Dr. Ákos Péter Bod economist, and Dr. Péter Györfi-Tóth lawyer presented the global spread, effects and consequences of the coronavirus in health, economic and legal terms.
China's top economic planner has allocated 200 million yuan (about 28.3 million U.S. dollars) from the central budget to support the construction of transportation hubs in five cities to improve China-Europe rail freight services.
China's Canton Fair, the world's biggest trade show, has demonstrated the country's resilient export capability in spite of economic downturn brought by the novel coronavirus outbreak, and China's manufacturing sector, has been playing an unparalleled status in the global market, said a report by The Economist on June 23.
Although the Canton Fair was entirely conducted online this year, the overall effect was still powerful as about 25,000 exhibitors hosted livestreams from factories simultaneously, to chat with global buyers about their products.
2020 Wuxing, Huzhou(Zhejiang) Export Online Fair(Central and Eastern Europe) was successfully hosted
In order to help domestic exporters effectively overcome the international market development difficulties caused by covid-19, and to help Chinese enterprises establish reliable business relations and cooperation with foreign buyers, the online matchmaking meeting of the 2020 Wuxing, Huzhou(Zhejiang) Export Online Fair (Central and Eastern Europe) was successfully held on May 28-29, 2020.
The 127th session of the China Import and Export Fair, also known as the Canton Fair, will be held online from June 15 to 24. Powered by advanced information technology, the Canton Fair will provide around-the-clock online services for product promotion, matchmaking and business negotiations, enabling both Chinese and international businesses to place orders remotely. We sincerely hope that Hungarian companies' participation could promote the trade relations between our two countries.
BEIJING, May 21 (Xinhua) -- China's top political advisory body started its annual session Thursday afternoon in Beijing, raising the curtain of a key season in the country's political calendar which also includes an annual gathering of the national legislature to open Friday.
On the evening of 15 May, President Xi Jinping spoke with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on the phone.
China has decided to donate another $30 million in cash to the World Health Organization in addition to (WHO) the $20 million cash donation already made to support the global fight against COVID-19 and strengthen developing countries' health systems, Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang announced on Thursday.