Hungarian-Turkish Business Forum held in Budapest
The Hungarian-Turkish Business Forum was held in the Hungarian capital of Budapest on Tuesday. Speaking at the forum, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan invited Hungarian businesspeople to benefit from the quality and price advantage of Turkish export commodities and discover the product capacity of Turkey. "Turkish businesspeople have displayed their difference with their export commodities, as well as the investments they make in Europe," Erdogan noted. For his part, Orban said that Turkish market gives confidence to Hungary, which attaches high importance to trade relations between Hungary and Turkey. "Hungary has been badly hurt by communism. The Turks can thank God for not experiencing communism. Communism killed the private sector in our country. When democracy began 20 years ago in Hungary, we had no capital or educated work force. Everything now is different and better. Upcoming years will be better for the EU and Hungary," Orban noted.