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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Stjepan Mesić received the SRCIC Lifetime Achievement Award
Stjepan Mesić received the SRCIC Lifetime Achievement Award
7th December 2019
XIAN - Mr. Stjepan Mesić, Former President of Croatia, received the SRCIC Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution since the establishment of the SRCIC, and his role as the senior advisor.
CSEBA President Mario Rendulić appointed at the SRCIC Executive Board
CSEBA President Mario Rendulić appointed at the SRCIC Executive Board
7th December 2019
XIAN – CSEBA received another big recognition for its work as CSEBA’s President Mario Rendulić entered the Executive board of the Chamber of International Commerce of the Silk Road countries (SRCIC).
BYD lands large electric bus order in Netherlands
BYD lands large electric bus order in Netherlands
14th December 2019
THE HAGUE - China's leading new energy vehicle manufacturer BYD cut a deal on Friday to provide 259 electric buses for the Netherlands, the largest single order the Chinese company has ever landed in Europe.
U.S.-China trade deal cuts tariffs for Beijing promise of big farm purchases
U.S.-China trade deal cuts tariffs for Beijing promise of big farm purchases
14th December 2019
WASHINGTON/BEIJING - The United States and China cooled their trade war on Friday, announcing a “Phase one” agreement that reduces some U.S. tariffs in exchange for what U.S. officials said would be a big jump in Chinese purchases of American farm products and other goods.
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