Baku, Azerbaijan, March 13
By Fikret Dolukhanov – Trend:
A joint Polish-Uzbek commerce & industry chamber was created in Warsaw, Polish capital, with aim to assist entrepreneurs of the two countries in establishing business relations and searching for potential business partners, the Uzbek State Commerce and Industry Chamber announced on March 13.
According to the information, the new joint chamber will be chaired by Polish businessman, head of the Polish KOPAX P.K. company, Piotr Kozlowski.
The Uzbek State Chamber noted that the Polish company has a 10 year long work experience with Uzbek partners in the textile sphere.
The Polish entrepreneur said that establishment of the chamber was reasoned by the new economical course of Uzbekistan, removal of barriers and creation of possibilities for full-fledged foreign trade, as well as the dramatic increase of Uzbek export to Poland and increasing number of joint enterprises.
Kozlowski also noted that the joint chamber will represent interests of small, medium and large businesses, covering the industry, domestic and foreign trade, agriculture, finance system, services etc.
“The newly established chamber will intend to make the joint Polish-Uzbek business transparent and socially responsible. It will emerge as an organizer and active participant of large-scale economic and investment forums,” the entrepreneur underlined.
Earlier, Turkey and Uzbekistan discussed the establishment of a joint chamber of commerce and industry during the visit of the First Vice-President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Uzbekistan Islam Zhasimov to Ankara.