"Although Romania's exports to this country registered in 2014 an increase above the average of the Romanian export evolution as a whole, the reached volume of 0.8 billion US dollars is by much under the potential of the two economies. The fact that the share of the agri-food products in our exports to China stands at 1.5 per cent, while this sector's share in the total exports accounts for 8.5 per cent fully proves that there are still many unused opportunities in this area," Dimitriu said.


The Bucharest Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIB), together with China Import - Food Mall Limited (CIFM) organised on Wednesday a seminar devoted to the promotion of Romanian food products and drinks on the Chinese market. (sursa: actmedia.eu)