The EU SME Centre renews the partnership with Associazione Italiana Commercio Estero

6 July 2021

On 25 June 2021, the EU SME Centre (the Centre) and Associazione Italiana Commercio Estero (Aice) renewed the previous Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to continue supporting Italian exporters interested in the Chinese market.

The partnership agreement was signed back in 2016 and since then, the Centre and Aice have organised several joint activities including two trainings on E-commerce and WeChat.

The Centre and Aice are already planning joint activities to be implemented in the coming months so stay tuned to learn more and join us.

If you are a business support organisation in the EU or the COSME-participating countries and have affiliated companies interested in the Chinese market, please contact our Partnership Coordinator to obtain further information about partnerships and collaborations. The EU SME Centre offers a wide range of complimentary services to partners and affiliated SMEs to improve their readiness to the market.

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