Publicat pe 29/08/2014

Bucharest, 29 August 2014: The President of the CCIR, Mr. Mihai Daraban participated at the Annual Reunion of the Romanian Diplomatic Corps, 2014 edition, organized by the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The even took place between 27-29 august 2014, in Bucharest.

The plenary session dedicated to regional economic and energy development took place on Thursday, 28 August. The discussion panel was formed out of the following government authorities: Vice-prime minister, Minister of Regional Development and Public Administration, Mr. Liviu Nicolae Dragnea, Minister of Economy, Mr. Constantin Niţă, Minister delegated for Energy, Mr. Răzvan-Eugen Nicolescu and Minister delegated for SMEs, Business Environment and Tourism, Mr. Florin-Nicolae Jianu.

During the debate the most important subjects were the possibility to form an online platform that would contain up-to-date business informations and opportunities, the importance of public-private co-financed projects which support Romanian investments,   identifying the most important regional events in which Romanian exports and services can be promoted and the need to elaborate a new strategy for Romania’s economic representation outside its borders.

A special attention was given to the EU Strategy for the Danube Region which is considered a priority for Romania, especially when it comes tot development of infrastructure, building fluvial transport routes and stimulating local tourism in accordance with environmental protection legislation.

The President of the CCIR underlined in his speech the openness of the Chamber System in regards to the collaboration with governmental bodies for the support of economic growth in Romania. Mr. Mihai Daraban has stated that the CCIR will support the efforts of the Romanian diplomatic and economic missions abroad to attract foreign investments in our country adding that this activity needs to intensify taking into account the currently increased economic competition at international level.

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