Shortly after 2010 the development of Hungarian-Chinese political relations began to resume in a relatively short period of time. It was clear that, as the political relations improved, the development of the bilateral economic relations would also accelerate.
Due to the enormous size difference between the two countries, the geographical distance and the differences between the two business cultures, the ChinaCham Hungarian-Chinese Chamber of Economy was established in 2012 to support Hungarian enterprises in the form of a non-profit association.
ChinaCham’s primary goal is to provide small and medium-sized businesses with a service that enables them to efficiently map, locate, create and operate their business opportunities between China and Hungary.
The Chamber maintains regular contacts with the Hungarian government, the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Budapest, and in particular with the Department of Commerce, as well as with the Hungarian Embassy in Beijing and the Consulates General in Chunking and Shanghai.
During its operation, ChinaCham has established contacts and co-operation with a number of Hungarian and Chinese trade unions in order to provide businesses in both countries with the widest possible access to relevant information.
To accomplish this goal we regularly organize conferences, business meetings, and provide practical advice to our club members and participants at our monthly events at the ChinaCham Business Club.
ChinaCham’s governing body is the Bureau, whose work is assisted by the Divisions and supervised by the Supervisory Board.