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ΕΜΠΟΡΙΚΟ & ΒΙΟΜΗΧΑΝΙΚΟ ΕΠΙΜΕΛΗΤΗΡΙΟ ΘΕΣΣΑΛΟΝΙΚΗΣ - Ε.Β.Ε.Θ ΕΜΠΟΡΙΚΟ & ΒΙΟΜΗΧΑΝΙΚΟ ΕΠΙΜΕΛΗΤΗΡΙΟ ΘΕΣΣΑΛΟΝΙΚΗΣ - Ε.Β.Ε.Θ

International Collaborations

09/04/10 15:36

The CCI has been twinned with the following Chambers of Commerce and Industry, in chronological order:
 

  • Marseilles (1976)
  • Nicosia (1977)
  • Trieste (1988)
  • Budapest (1992)
  • The Greek-Australian Chamber of South Australia (1997)
  • The Greek-Canadian Chamber of Montreal (1996)
  • Bursa (1999)


It has signed mutual collaboration and aid agreements with the following Chambers of Commerce and Industry:
 

  • Melbourne (Australia)
  • Russian Federation, in 1994
  • Konstanza (Romania), in 1994
  • Tirana (Albania), in 1998
  • Santiago (Chile), in 1998
  • Bucharest (Romania), in 1998
  • Guanagxi (China), in 1999
  • Moscow (Russia), in 2000
  • Izmir (Turkey), in 2000
  • Sfax (Tunesia), in 2001
  • St Petersburg (Russia), in 2002
  • Dnipropetrovsk (Ukraine), in 2002
  • Valencia (Spain), 2004
  • Alexandria (Egypt), 2005
  • China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT), in Beijing, (China), 2005
  • Chamber of International Commerce Shanghai (China), 2005
  • China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, Anshan Branch (China), 2005
  • Lahore (Pakistan), in 2006
  • Beirut (Lebanon), in 2006
  • Bucharest (Romania), under the new legal form, in 2006, www.ccib.ro
  • Regional Chamber of Economy of Nis, Serbia, in 2007
  • Belarus (Belarus), in 2008
  • Moldova (Republic of Moldova), in 2008
  • Istanbul (Turkey), in 2008
  • Zawia (Libya), in 2009
  • Οdessa (Ukraine), in 2009
  • Kherson (Ukraine), in 2009
  • American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce, in 2009
  • Hellenic-Russian Chamber of Commerce, 2011
  • Greek-Turkish Chamber of Northern Greece, 2011
  • Tirana (Albania), 2011
  • El- Behira (Egypt), 2012
  • Bucharest (Romania), in replacement of former agreement, 2017


Honorary Member of the Association for Friendship and Cooperation between Greece and Azerbaijan, 2013
 

It participates actively in official state missions abroad.
It welcomes foreign missions and chamber delegations and organises meetings of foreign and Greek business people of common interests, aiming at mutual collaboration and common benefit for the business people of both sides. For example, during the last two years, 44 foreign missions and delegations visited our Chamber and respective meetings were organised with Greek business people. In addition, single officials and foreign business people visit the Chamber with ever increasing frequency.

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