September 30, 1985
Letter, 'Re: Information Related to China'
Report on a Hungarian delegations meeting with the deputy chairman of the Chinese State Planning Commission on China's on-going economic reforms and relations with Hungary.
September 30, 1986
Memorandum, 'Re: Information Related to China'
Zhu Rongji describes China's economic reforms and cooperation between the PRC and Hungary in furthering the reform process.
December 15, 1986
Secret Telegram from Jász, 'On the Relations between China and the Socialist Countries in 1986'
A Hungarian report on China's changing relations with the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
December 19, 1986
Telegram, 'Re: Chinese Expectations before Comrade Havasi's Visit'
This report assess China's interest in economic reforms in Hungary, as well as János Kádár's anticipated visit to China.
May 14, 1987
Relations of the Chinese Communist Party to Some Fraternal Communist Countries
The Hungarians evaluate China's relations with Bulgaria and Czechoslovakia.
Report on Zhao Ziyang's visit to Hungary. Information from the Chinese community in Budapest
Chinese in Hungary positively assess Zhao Ziyang's visit to Hungary in 1987.
Zhao Ziyang's Visit to Hungary. Evaluation by Delegation Members
A Hungarian report on Zhao Ziyang's visit to Hungary and the ongoing reform processess in China and Hungary.
October 26, 1987
Memorandum, 'Re: Chinese Evaluation of the Visit by HSWP's General Secretary'
János Kádár's visit to Beijing is placed in the context of Deng Xiaoping and Zhao Ziyang's policies promoting China's reform and opening.
Chinese Views on Hungarian Economic Reforms and Sino-Hungarian Trade Relations
A Hungarian assessment on China's reform and opening and China's views of reforms ongoing inside of Hungary.
July 18, 1988
Letter, 'Re: Chinese and Japanese Diplomats on Foreign Policy Issues'
Chinese and Japanese views on politics in the Soviet Union and the reforms ongoing in Hungary.
October 31, 1988
Memorandum, 'Re: Chinese Views on Some Aspects of Hungarian and Soviet Reform Policies'
The Hungarian Ministry of the Interior weighs how China views the ongoing reforms in Hungary.