The Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations has been in existence since 1952 as a joint body composed of the umbrella organizations of the German business community. It represents and focuses the interests of German business with regard to specific countries and thus promotes the increasing economic relations with these regions:
- Central Asia
- South-Eastern Europe
The Committee’s remit is to accompany and promote the engagement of German enterprises in trade, in industry, with investment and in the services sector. As a contact for enterprises and government agencies in these regions and in Germany, it offers a platform for contacts and the exchange of experiences. The following services are on offer:
- Network of contacts to government offices and business representations
- Coordination of institutionalized dialogue with official bodies (cooperation councils, working groups etc.
- Up-to-date information on economic developments in the relevant countries and regions
- Visits by delegations, conferences, seminars with government representatives and businessmen
Further information on the Committee for Eastern European Economic Relations can be found here.