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April 15, 2021

150 years since establishment of Romania’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Romania’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIR) has marked 150 years of existence on September 30. On 30 September 1864 Alexandru Ioan Cuza signed Decree 1363 on the establishment of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry.Through the statute conferred by existing legislation, CCIR represents the interests of the business community in its dialogue with state institutions and it drafts proposals on economic and commercial policies following its consultations with the business sector.CCIR is the strongest partner of the business sector and of public institutions for the promotion of economic development. CCIR has the strongest business infrastructure in Romania – its central headquarters in Bucharest, the Romexpo exhibitions center and headquarters with databases, business information and personnel in 42 counties.The list of services offered by CCIR includes: the organization of economic missions, training and specialization programs, the organization of business events, debates on issues relevant for the business sector, the administration of databases of business opportunities.

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