News archive - Western Balkan Countries representation in EUROCHAMBERS

EUROCHAMBERS - Association of European Chambers of Commerce and Industry represents over 19 million enterprises in Europe through 46 members (45 national associations of Chambers of Commerce and Industry and 1 Transnational Chamber Organisation), and a European network of 2000 regional and local Chambers.

This year in May EUROCHAMBERS launched new inititive with focus on Western Balkan Countries: Partners for Investment Promotion. This 18 months programme co- financed by the European Union aims at helping business communities in Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia develop a favourable environment for attracting foreign investments.


From the Western Balkan region Albania (Union of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Albania) , Bosnia and Herzegovina (The Foreign Trade Chamber of Bosnia and Herzegovina), Croatia (Croatian Chamber of Economy), FRY of Macedonia (Economic Chamber (the Former Yugoslav Republic of) Macedonia), Montenegro (Chamber of Economy of Montenegro) and Serbia (Serbian Chamber of Commerce) are represented in EUROCHAMBERS.


Therefore, EUROCHAMBERS successfully launched in 2004 PARTNERS (Programme of Assistance to Regional Trade and Networking for Economic Recovery and Stability) for a period of 2 years.


More information on projects involving Western Balkan Countries are available on:

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Entry created by Elke Dall on September 3, 2008
Modified on September 5, 2013