The aim of this years' meeting is to define courses of future cooperation, influence of Croatia's EU membership on the forthcoming economic relations between the countries that signed the CEFTA Agreement and the possibility which the region will get through Croatia's EU accession.
Chairman of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce Nadan Vidosevic recalled the successful activities of CEFTA which achieved the highest regional exchange back in 2008, before the start of the crisis.
Participants at the meeting are heads of chambers of commerce from former Yugoslavia, including President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce Milos Bugarin and President of Vojvodina's Chamber of Commerce Ratko Filipovic.
The meeting is also attended by representatives of the Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) Foreign Trade Chamber, Republika Sprska Chamber of Commerce, Chamber of commerce of the Federation of BiH, Montenegrin Chamber of Economy, Macedonian Economic Chamber and the Slovenian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. (ANSAmed).