Josip Jezic von Gesseneck    2016-10-14

Albania and Serbia fortify trade relations

New joint chamber of commerce established to strengthen trade between Albania and Serbia

Regional, Trade

Prime Ministers Rama and Vucic of Albania and Serbia inaugurate new joint chamber of commerce (image credit:

Despite political contentions, Albania and Serbia are fortifying trade relations. A joint chamber of commerce is established to further promote the trade relations between the two neighbouring nations.

Despite some political regional issues, notably over Kosovo, Albania and Serbia are continuing to solidify their important trade relations. A joint chamber of commerce is Nis, Serbia will promote business relations while helping to coordinate favourable economic legislation in the two countries. At 100 million Euros of trade, there is plenty of room for growth in the coming years. Original article

Regional cooperation in Southeast Europe is at the heart of the CHAMBER.BE mission and activities. We are supporting regional economic synergies while helping transpose from Brussels the decades of EU experience as an economic union. We look forward to supporting the new joint Albanian-Serbian chamber of commerce in developing our joint vision for prosperity in the region. ■