Israel opens trade chamber in Albania.

By bne IntelliNews March 19, 2013
Israel has opened a chamber of commerce and industry in Tirana, AINA news agency reported. The private business organisation is expected to contribute for strengthening the trade relations between the two countries and for improving the business and investment climate in Albania. Currently about 40 Israeli companies are present in Albania, operating in a number of sectors including agriculture, energy and construction.
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