Balti Free Economic Zone establishes trilateral cooperation with partners from Germany and China.
During the China-Northeast Asia Expo international exhibition held in late August in the Jilin Province of China, the administration of the Balti Free Economic Zone, the German-European Center of Frankfurt am Main (DEZ) and the Committee for Economic and Technological Development Management of Jilin Province (China) concluded a memorandum of cooperation. According to the administrator of the Balti Free Economic Zone, Marina Ciobanu, the memorandum is aimed at developing business cooperation from Moldova, Germany and China. The document assumes support in organizing the exhibition pavilion of Moldova in the framework of the DEZ zone at the exhibition in Changchun (China); support for the participation of SMEs in seminars, conferences, exhibitions, forums, etc.; promotion of cooperation in the Changchun Deyuan industrial zone (Changchun); facilitating the cooperation of organizations supporting SMEs through training programs and the exchange of experience in the field of vocational education and industrial technologies. According to the press service of the Balti Free Economic Zone, the exhibition in China also provided the zone administration with negotiations with several companies from Germany that are interested in investing in Moldova and / or buying Moldovan goods. In addition, the Moldovan side held negotiations with important officials responsible for the development of trade and economic relations with China, and with the leaders of large Chinese industrial platforms. The Balti Free Economic Zone is the largest free zone in Moldova. Created in 2010, today it functions in 11 localities of Moldova in three regions of the country. The key resident of the zone is Dräxlmaier. // 05.09.2019 - InfoMarket.