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For the first time since its creation, the Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce has established cooperation with a regional chamber of commerce from Bulgaria: the Bulgarian-Swiss Chamber of Commerce.

SSCC was honoured to welcome over 30 guests – BSCC members- to Belgrade on Friday, April 12, 2019.  The welcoming word was held by Mr Majo Micovic, SSCC President, Mr Boni Bonev, Chairman of BSCC Managing Board, and Mrs Yana Mikhailova, SSCC Board members and the host of the reunion.

Both chambers of commerce held presentations about their activities and involvement in the development of the dual education system in their respective countries. After this, guests were invited to a networking cocktail to create new potential business contacts and explore future cooperation. 

Also, BSCC and SSCC members were invited to visit the Nestlé factory in Surčin on Saturday, April 13, 2019, and discover the company’s new production capacities and product lines.

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