About Us
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.
Headquarters of CSEBA are located in Zagreb, capital city of Croatia, where all the relevant information from all the countries mentioned above is collected, assessed, selected and evaluated by professional managers. CSEBA is cooperating with independent consultants, professionals in various sectors, government officials and law firms in all Southeast European countries - which forms a consulting mechanism working on the principle of the client's requirement that is able to provide operative support (information, legal support, logistics, business strategy) at the local level in each country.
Vision
Building a modern competitive economy between Southeast Europe and China, through which private economy factors are linked in terms of partnership principles, and which will ensure growth of mutual sustainable economy and increase employment in both markets.
Linking the main initiators of the entire economy aiming thus at prosperity increase among all people living in these areas, by paying respect to diversity of business interests.
Mission
To help all interested private entrepreneurs in Southeast Europe and China accomplish business ventures in their interest fast and successfully by providing high quality services and taking a professional attitude.
To increase competitiveness of products and services on mutual markets by imposing measures which might simplify joint collaboration and entrepreneurship.
To create concepts and conditions for implementing high-quality regulatory and other provisions at relevant institutions in indicated areas in order to increase the safety of mutual entrepreneurship and investments as well as a safe return on investments as a central motive of any investment activity.
Our Goals
  • Encourage economy development by improving competitiveness of all interested private entrepreneurs.
  • Foster dynamic and competitive economy based on partnership principles of all interested business entities in Southeast Europe and China, and set equal business terms and conditions.
  • Foster activities and mutual long-term collaboration in terms of sustainable development by encouraging environmental protection, controlling the exploitation of non-renewable resources and through effective management of all economy segments, public and individual needs. Such approach enables an efficient energy use, decrease in greenhouse gas emission, efficient use of resources, creating less waste and decreasing social diversity through technology development, new industrialization, reconstruction of business sectors and infrastructure according to natural, human and capital capacities and needs.
  • Improve the funding of joint-ventures by ensuring financial budgets and preparing various financial packages adjusted to types of projects belonging to interested business entities.
  • Establish an exchange of information on high-quality ventures, which can draw interested business entities.
  • Improve business environment by fostering, suggesting and lobbying all efficient measures at relevant institutions, which can remove administrative barriers and facilitate entrepreneurship between interested private entities in Southeast Europe and China. Foster the implementation and improvement of transport infrastructure as an essential prerequisite for development of all economy industries in areas of interested business entities.
  • Foster the development and construction of roads with a special emphasis on maritime, river and railway traffic.
  • Development of principle and relationship standardization between the interested business entities.
  • Raising and development of tourism competitiveness between Southeast Europe and China as one of the basic factors for understanding and getting better acquainted with intercultural differences, as well as linking and strengthening friendly relations between citizens of the interested regions.
  • Development of all innovative activities in order to take all scientific, technological, organizational, financial and commercial steps to introduce innovations to the market.
  • Increase the collaboration in terms of development and introduction of technological and technical innovations created in Southeast Europe and China, which contributes to increased industry competitiveness and strength.
  • Foster all kinds of long-term collaborations by linking the scientific potential with public institutes and universities in order to develop science as a stimulator of long-term economy and social development.
  • Foster an exchange of cultural and artistic creativity in order to improve better understanding of cultural heritage, which contributes to better friendly relations between the interested parties and nourishes and protects its own tradition and national identity at the same time.
  • Foster sports collaboration between all interested parties.
  • Foster all kinds of collaborations in terms of improving economic relations related to organic farming as a special system of sustainable agriculture and forestry, which involves crop and animal farming, production of food, basic substances and natural fibres as well as processing primary products and includes all organically, economically and socially justified production and technology methods, procedures and systems, by using thereby, soil fertility and available water, natural features of plants, animals and landscapes, increase of yield and resistance in agricultural crop by means of natural resources along with the prescribed use of fertilizers, pesticides and means for protecting animal welfare in accordance with the internationally adopted standards and principles.
  • Establish agencies in all countries,which show interest from private or state-owned business entities, in order to fulfil common business interests more effectively (China, Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, Greece, Turkey, Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Russia).
CSEBA is an association which chooses to impose itself on the countries of Southeast Europe with political, social and economic situation and open policy of the Republic of China, which has become a leading creator of new economic relations in the world.
Silk Road Tourism Conference: Strongest representatives of the Chinese tourism sector are coming
Silk Road Tourism Conference: Strongest representatives of the Chinese tourism sector are coming
12th April 2018
ZAGREB - Chinese Southeast European Business Association (CSEBA), in cooperation with the Meritum Communications Event Company, the Silk Road Chamber of International Commerce (SRCIC), the City of Dubrovnik, the Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Croatia, the Croatian Tourist Board and the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism of Montenegro, from April 24 until April 26th, organizes the Silk Road Tourism Conference in Dubrovnik, at the Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera Hotel.
CSEBA will host Silk Road Tourism Conference in Dubrovnik
CSEBA will host Silk Road Tourism Conference in Dubrovnik
8th April 2018
DUBROVNIK - Chinese Southeast European Business Association (CSEBA), in cooperation with the Silk Road Chamber of International Commerce (SRCIC), the premium event company Meritum komunikacije, the City of Dubrovnik, the Ministry of Tourism, Croatian Tourist Board and Ministry of sustainable development and tourism of Montenegro, is organizing the Silk Road Tourism Conference, to be held at Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera Hotel, Dubrovnik, on April 24-26, 2018.
Matešić: There is no evidence that CRBC offered an unusual price
Matešić: There is no evidence that CRBC offered an unusual price
26th March 2018
ZAGREB - The president of the State Commission for Control of Public Procurement Procedures Goran Matešić has spoken of the decision to reject the complaints of Austrian Strabag, and the community of Italian Astaldi bidder and Turkish IC Ictas Isaat Sanayi, invested in the choice of contractors for construction of the Peljesac Bridge with access roads.
Appeals against selection of bidder for Peljesac Bridge construction rejected
Appeals against selection of bidder for Peljesac Bridge construction rejected
26th March 2018
ZAGREB - The State Commission for Supervision of Public Procurement Procedures (DKOM) has turned down as unfounded the appeals by the Austrian construction company Strabag and the consortium of the Italian company Astaldi and Turkey's IC Ictas Isaat Sanayi against the selection of the bidder for the construction of the Peljesac Bridge and access roads.
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