Macedonian Chambers of Commerce (MCC) signed Friday in Podgorica bilateral agreement on strengthening trade and economic cooperation with the Beijing Chamber of Commerce as well as declaration on establishing mechanisms for the leaders of the Chambers of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) in the 16 + 1 process aimed at enhancing China’s cooperation with CEE countries. President of the ICT Chamber within MCC, Sasa Ognenovski, participates at the 16 + 1 Summit in Podgorica together with mayors of the 16 CEE country’s capitals, presidents and deputies of chambers of commerce as well as the mayor of Beijing. The signed agreements include precisely established goals and activities, and mean new opportunities for Macedonian companies through the MCC to actively participate in the initiatives for increasing cooperation and trade partnerships with China and the 16 countries involved in this mega project for economic, political and cultural cooperation.
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