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Stoke by Nayland: Essex Chambers event to highlight export opportunities in Romania

12:59 25 January 2014

Debbir Joyce, international trade manager at Essex Chambers of Commerce.

Debbir Joyce, international trade manager at Essex Chambers of Commerce.

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Essex Chambers of Commerce is to host event next month to highlight export opportunities in Romania.

The event, at Stoke by Nayland Hotel Golf & Spa on February 18, from 10.30am to 1.30pm, is being held in partnership with the British Romanian Chamber of Commerce and is due to be officially opened by the Romanian Ambassador to the UK.

It will include an overview of the Romanian business climate, local laws and finance, together success stories from firms already trading successfully in Romania and opportunities for networking.

A spokswoman for Essex Chambers aid: “Romania is very much in the news at the moment but for all the wrong reasons.

“It is actually an exciting export prospect for UK companies offering opportunities in energy, transport, the environment, automotive sector, and the development of scientific infrastructure to name but a few.”

To book a place, visit www.essexchambers.co.uk/events or call 01206 765277 for more infomation.

Debbie Joyce, international trade manager at Essex Chambers, said: “We at Essex Chambers are always looking for new export opportunities for our members and so I am delighted that not only are we running this event for businesses to find out more about Romania, but that it will be opened by the Romanian Ambassador to the UK.

“Do come along and find out more about this country has to offer UK businesses”

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  • well they can buy goods from us with the money that no doubt us and Europe will pump into it

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