Albanian, Indian trade chambers to strengthen economic ties.

By bne IntelliNews July 10, 2012
The Union of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Albania (UCCI) and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) have signed on Monday, July 9, a memorandum of cooperation to strengthen their economic ties, ATA news agency informed. The two parties agreed to keep frequent and regular contacts with each other for reciprocal exchange of economic trade and economic information. The two peers will also recommend partners for economic and trade cooperation and for exploring the business opportunities among their members.
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