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Gugliemo Frinzi re-elected President of the Italian Commerce Chamber for Romania

The General Assembly of the Italian Commerce Chamber for Romania (CCIpr), elected its new Board of Directors on Tuesday. Guglielmo Frinzi, President of Forte Insurance, was re-elected President of CCIpR.

Here are the members of the new Board of Directors: Vice Presidents – Roberto Musneci (CMC Consulting & Intermediation) and Roberto Scagnoli Rartel (Finmeccanica); advisors – Franco Aloisio (Servizio Apel), Lucian Stefan Cumpanasu (Tonucci&Associates), Roberto Fiorini (Unicredit Tiriac Bank), Gianluca Gori (IR Colorus), Adrian Constantin Marin (Generali Insurance), Mirco Maschio (Maschio Gaspardo), Alessio Menegazzo (ENEL Romania), Armando Marco Sala (Intesa San Paolo IMI), Giulio Simonelli (Italo-Romena Bank), Camillo Torta (Prival Ecologic Servis), Luigi Zaccagnini (OMA Romania); treasurer: Carlo Barban (Win Magazin – Coop Italia).

The General Assembly also approved the 2010 activity review, the plans for 2011 as well as several statute changes.
During the meeting, CCIpR General Secretary Adrian Dimache presented the institution’s new, modernized website: www.cameradicommercio.ro. “The Chamber continued to grow despite the significant lowering of subsidies we receive from the Italian state, managing to draw in 47 new associates in 2010 alone. At the same time we carry on the plan to develop our territorial branches. Apart from our Bucharest and Cluj branches, which are currently active, in 2011 we plan to open 4 new branches in Arad, Alba Iulia, Baia Mare and Iasi,” CCIpR President stated.

According to the National Statistics Institute, trade between Italy and Romania reached the value of EUR 5.07 bln in 2010. Romanian exports to Italy totaled EUR 2.45 bln, while its imports from Italy totaled EUR 2.62 bln. Italy is the second-largest market for Romanian exports, absorbing 14.2 per cent of total Romanian exports.

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