Romania, Poland enhance economic cooperation

The president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania, Mr. Mihai Daraban, and the president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Poland, Mr. Andrzej Arendarski, have signed a collaboration protocol on Thursday with the purpose of consolidating and developing the commercial ties between the business communities of the two countries, reads a press release of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania (CCIR).

According to the quoted source, the two chambers of commerce aim to support the development and diversification of commercial exchanges and economic cooperation between the two countries. This agreement represents a powerful instrument for consolidating and boosting the relations between Romania and Poland, one of the most important partners in the region, and ensures a frame for sustainable commercial development.

“Through our joint actions we have in sight, according to the legislation and treaties between the two states, to stimulate and facilitate actions that will lead to promoting and developing commercial exchanges and to a better economic cooperation between the interested companies. We will determine new methods to promote and develop economic exchanges,” the president of CCIR. Mihai Daraban stated.

“Poland is the European Union state that has recorded an economic growth during the global economic and financial crisis. The cooperation with the Polish economic represents an advantage for Romania in raising the country’s competitiveness and in ensuring a favorable investing climate”, Mr. Daraban also said, appreciating the openness of the president of the Chamber of Commerce of Poland over the collaboration between the two countries.

The signing of the collaboration agreement took place in the context of the 25th anniversary of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Poland, a moment marked by a high-level conference where heads of state and important leaders of the business environment are expected.

The evolution of Romanian-Polish commercial exchanges was constantly increasing, with the total volume rising over fivefold during 2003-2011. The exports were up by 7.2 times in this period, and the imports up by 4,4 times. In October 2014, the commercial exchanges registered EUR 1097, 98 million regarding exports, and EUR 2250,86 million regarding imports.

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