First Draft Paper on Developing Effective Business Structures & Relations Released PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Written by EUUBC Secretariat   
Tuesday, 02 March 2010 16:01
The EUUBC, in its capacity of rapporteur for the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum Working Group 2 on economic integration and convergence with EU policies, has prepared a first draft paper on developing effective business structures and business relations in the framework of the EU Eastern Partnership. This paper was circulated among the Working Group 2 members for further discussion and comment.

At its first meeting in November 2009 the Working Group 2 agreed that such discussions should be open and inclusive, and to take into account the views and recommendations of all the stakeholders in the EU and the Eastern Partner countries. Greater involvement of business organizations (chambers of commerce and industry, unions of industrialists, SMEs organizations, women entrepreneurs’ organizations, industrial organizations, including farmers and agrarian unions etc.) and social partners (employers organizations and trade unions) into the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum activities is needed.

The EUUBC is committed to achieving these goals and we encourage all interested business and civil society organizations to take part in the discussions and provide their comments for further elaboration of the Eastern Partnership Business Forum concept.

Please feel free to download English and Russian texts of the first draft proposal from our Download Area on our Website and contact us with your views by email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
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