Photo courtesy of BelCCI
MINSK, 24 September (BelTA) — The Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BelCCI) and the German Federal Association for Small and Medium-sized Businesses (BVMW) are interested in expanding contacts between Belarusian and German companies. The matter was discussed during the online meeting between Vladimir Ulakhovich, Chairman of the BelCCI, and Reinhold von Ungern-Sternberg, head of the Department for International Businesses of BVMW, and Ulf Schneider, the official representative of BVMW in Belarus, BelTA learned from the website of the BelCCI.
“The parties considered the prospects of expanding contacts between Belarusian and German companies, important areas of cooperation between the BelCCI and BVMW to promote bilateral trade and economic ties, the possibility of holding joint business events in 2022,” the BelCCI said.
The German Federal Association for Small and Medium-sized Businesses is the biggest independent association in Germany and Europe that represents interests of small and medium-sized business in politics and with major companies. Members of the organization are 55,000 small and medium-sized enterprises in Germany, including high-tech industries: the automotive industry, industrial and consumer appliance industry, pharmaceuticals, etc.