The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania is an organization which offers services to support the business community in Romania. With a tradition of over 150 years in the Romanian economy, it targets the development of international economic cooperation and the strengthening of the commercial liaisons with Romania’s foreign partners.
CCIR supports, through its partnerships with the Chamber of Commerce from all over the world, the increase of global trade, an important source of economic growth and sustainable development of the communities. The Chambers of Commerce and Industry from Romania represent, unequivocally, the partners of the foreign business people who aim to enter the Romanian market or to do business with Romanian companies.
As a representative organization for the business environment, CCIR is dedicated to delivering innovative solutions to public policies, consolidating its members’ network, as well as the success of the business community in its entirety.
CCIR wants to become one of the most important associative organizations, delivering added value to its members, an important voice of the economic environment in the political, legislative and mass-media arena.
Currently, CCIR is developing a new strategy, based on actual projects, adequate representation and a straightforward approach of any obstacle to economic growth. CCIR’s role, of mediator between companies and authorities, is very important for the Romanian business environment. The Chamber’s projects aim to spread knowledge and to facilitate the access to business information.
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