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.
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The area of Southeast Europe has always had an interesting role in the European history, a mixture between the developed West and the exotic East. With its geographic location, it was an unavoidable part of the ancient Silk Road and there is no wonder that it is still an area of interest of both the European Union and China.
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More than 160.000 purchasers registered for the first China International Import Expo
More than 160.000 purchasers registered for the first China International Import Expo
16th August 2018
SHANGHAI - More than 160,000 purchasers from over 80,000 domestic and foreign companies have registered for the first China International Import Expo as of Tuesday, its organizer said on Wednesday.
Croatia has big opportunities in hosting the 16+1 meeting
Croatia has big opportunities in hosting the 16+1 meeting
14th July 2018
ZAGREB - Croatia will host a summit meeting of 16 Central and Eastern European countries and China in 2019 and the Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Ministry sees it as a huge opportunity for strengthening the overall relations with China.
China dominates European wind market
China dominates European wind market
16th August 2018
LONDON - China's investment in foreign wind-powered electricity markets has surpassed $12 billion in Europe and Australia alone as private and state-owned Chinese companies move aggressively to capitalise on fast-growing renewable energy markets, the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) said on Thursday.
Chinese major land port sees more China-Europe freight trains
Chinese major land port sees more China-Europe freight trains
16th August 2018
BEIJING - Alataw Pass, the largest land port in northwest China, saw an increase in the number of China-Europe freight trains and freight volume in the first seven months of 2018, local authorities said.
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