Japanese car manufacturer Nissan is expanding its single European business and financial service center in Budapest, Péter Szijjártó, the foreign affairs and trade minister, told a press conference on Tuesday.
“Hungary has won the investment, against major regional competition, by one of the world’s most innovative automotive companies,” the minister said.
Szijjártó said Nissan would be in Budapest for the long haul and headcount at the Budapest center would soon top 70.
Accounting and billing activities of Nissan European factories and its high value-added functions will be seen to in Budapest, he added.
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