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Two New Important Agreements Implemented After Being Signed In China By Our Chamber

Two New Important Agreements Implemented After Being Signed in China by Our Chamber

Two more important agreements that were signed in China by the Chamber of Greek-Chinese Economic Cooperation and important Government Organisations are being realised.

First, the Agreement for the Development of Cooperation in Trade, Investments and the Economy were signed by the District Center for Promotion of Investment of the Local Government of Longhua Shenzhen and the Chamber of Greek-Chinese Economic Cooperation, in the context of the large Conference for Business and Service executives from Shenzhen and Longhua Shenzhen in honour of our Delegation which visited the city, led by the Chairman Mr. Fotis Provatas and the Vice Chairman Mr. Pantelis Tzortzakis.

The two Organisations recognised each other as Privilliged Partners in cooperations between companies – members on the one hand of our Chamber and companies in the Longhua District of Shenzhen on the other, providing special motivation to the company-members, as a result of their communications and negotiations over the last 3 months.

Second, the Cooperation Agreement between our Chamber and the Chinese Government Organisation China-ASEAN EXPO (CAEXPO), which constitutes the common organisation for Economic Cooperation between China and the 10 nations of ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations). CAEXPO’s headquarters are stationed in Nanning (a city of 7.5 million inhabitants), China and has at it’s disposal enormous and state-of-the-art conference and exhibition facilities, and a hotel, where the annual Summit between political, economic and businiess leaders of the 11 countries takes place, alongside economic and business Conferences, Commercial Prodcuts Exhibitions and Entrepreneurial meetings and agreements.

For the first time, a foreign organisation, from a country in the nucleus of the European Union, is invited to participate in these meetings in September 2020, with atleast 10 Greek Business Organisation and to function as a bridge between the 11 CAEXPO countries towards Europe.

The inviation in question is an entrepreneurial challenge to our members and the Greek business community, which has materialised after years of effort and persistence, and our Chamber will manage it with the necessary seriousness in cooperation with the Greek Authorities, who will be informed in the coming week.

The member of the Chambe of Greek-Chinese Economic Cooperation will find attached, for their information and for any comments they may have, the two signed agreement documents.

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