Hungarian-Chinese Technology Transfer

The Hungarian-Chinese technology transfer cooperation started back in 2015, between Bay Zoltán Nonprofit Ltd. for Applied Research the High-Tech Center of Chongqing and the former MNKH co. ltd. To our knowledge, the Hungarian-Chinese Technology Transfer Center (Chongqing) is institution with a state background in both countries that serves to promote technological cooperation and exchange between Hungary and China.

The Chongqing office of the Center was officially opened on 16 May 2017 in the presence of Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and Liu Guiping, Deputy Mayor of Chongqing. In 2018, on the occasion of the visit of Dr. László Palkovics, Minister of Innovation and Technology to Chongqing, a strategic cooperation agreement was signed between the Hungarian-Chinese Technology Transfer Center and the China-South Asia Technology Transfer Center (Yunnan). During the ministerial visit, the website of the Hungarian-Chinese Technology Transfer Center (see: was inaugurated, with the aim of effectively linking Hungarian and Chinese expertise in scientific- and in the business sphere. Companies and individuals can also upload their cooperation needs and / or offers to the website. In 2019, the website was supplemented with a software that can automatically translate content uploaded in English to Chinese.

Who does the Center recommend its services to?

The services of the Hungarian-Chinese Technology Transfer Center should be used by any company that wants to sell technology, a product or service that has not yet been registered in China. It can also help those looking for collaborating partners or investors in research and development. The Center can also help if someone wants to obtain technology from China. It is also worthwhile for universities and researchers to post information about them on the website of the Center, with a view to possible future cooperation.

For more information on downloadable materials:

China HD – China HD Free Business Services

Free China IPR Advice for European SMEs

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