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January 26, 2023

CCIB: Opening offices in Romania of Shanghai economic organisations would boost bilateral ties

Opening representation offices in Romania of Shanghai economic organisations would boost business contacts between the two national business communities, Chairman of the Bucharest Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIB) Sorin Dimitriu told a meeting on Monday with business people from China.
Establishing such offices would lead to a speeding up in the conduct of identified business projects, Dimitriu is quoted as saying in a press release issued by CCIB on Monday. Dimitriu welcomed a delegation headed by Zhu Yongquan, the vice-governor of the Putuo district, an administrative division of Shanghai (China). CCIB opened in October 2012 a representation office in Beijing.
‘CCIB efforts to boost economic ties between Romanian and China are well known and appreciated. Your proposals are very interested and we will promote among the business community of Shanghai,’ said Putuo Vice-Governor Zhu Yongquan. He added that Romanian companies should take advantage of the facilities provided by the Shanghai free trade zone to enter the Chinese markets.
China is an important commercial and trade partner for Romania. In the first eight months of 2014, trade between Romania and China exceeded 2.6 billion US dollars, 500 million US dollars of which were Romanian exports. In January-August, 2014, the rising trends in the commercial exchanges widened, with the trade value having advanced 23.5 per cent from the similar period of 2013.

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