CSEBA was established with a mission to provide the basis for economic and financial cooperation between China and the countries of South-Eastern Europe, including: Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Slovenia, Montenegro, FYR of Macedonia, Kosovo, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, Greece, Turkey, Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, as well as the countries of: Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Russia.
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The area of Southeast Europe has always had an interesting role in the European history, a mixture between the developed West and the exotic East. With its geographic location, it was an unavoidable part of the ancient Silk Road and there is no wonder that it is still an area of interest of both the European Union and China.
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Chinese tourists interested in Croatia, but complain about lack of direct flights, visa regime
Chinese tourists interested in Croatia, but complain about lack of direct flights, visa regime
14th March 2019
ZAGREB - Croatia has everything Chinese tourists are looking for -- from the cultural, historical and and natural heritage to being autochthonous, having great gastronomy, folklore, modern festivals -- and this year already Croatia expects an increased number of Chinese tourists, although problems regarding the visa regime, lack of direct flights and tourist brochures in Chinese remain.
Regional conference on the Chinese tourism market on March 14 in Zagreb
Regional conference on the Chinese tourism market on March 14 in Zagreb
20th February 2019
ZAGREB - Organized by ProConcept, Joanne Chan of IPPWORLD comes to Zagreb at the 1st Regional Conference on the Chinese Tourism Market - key solutions to accessing the world's largest market, to be held on March 14, 2019 at the Academia Hotel in Zagreb.
Trieste port will compete directly for cargo with Piraeus
Trieste port will compete directly for cargo with Piraeus
25th March 2019
LONDON - Italy is moving closer to striking an agreement with China that would improve the containerized rail reach of Trieste, heating up competition for Central and North European markets between the Adriatic port and Beijing-backed Cosco Shipping’s own gateway in Piraeus, Greece.
Chinese investment will uplift Italian ports
Chinese investment will uplift Italian ports
23rd March 2019
ROME - The former residence of Marco Polo in Venice has been a must-see for Chinese tourists. This Venetian, who was born on September 15, 1254, is the most familiar Italian name to Chinese. He came to China with his father and uncle via the Silk Road in 1271. The Travels of Marco Polo has had profound influence.
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