The Spanish Chamber of Commerce and the Official Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Belgium and Luxembourg have signed an agreement with the aim of stablishing a stable framework of information and collaboration between both institutions to promote the internalization of Spanish companies.
Spanish Chamber of Commerce’s president, José Luis Bonet, and the president of the Official Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Belgium and Luxembourg, Juan Rodríguez-Villa Matons signed the agreement.
The agreement determines 12 areas of collaboration, including:
- Country’s information: The Official Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Belgium and Luxembourg will share with Spanish Chamber information about the situation in both countries and the business opportunities available, in order to present them to the companies interested.
- Arbitration: The Spanish Chamber will engage the Chamber in Belgium and Luxembourg in the promotion and development of institutional arbitration and other alternatives to controversial issues resolution.
- Portfolio: The Chamber in Belgium and Luxembourg offers Spanish companies a quality portfolio with the aim of encouraging the business activity of the Spanish companies in both countries.
- Chamber of Spain’s program: The Spanish Chamber will inform the Chamber in Belgium and Luxembourg about the various programs it initiates and coordinates with the Chambers in Spain that may need support at the destination in order to determine the collaboration possibilities and its implementation.
Furthermore, both institutions will maintain mechanisms of sharing of information, particularly in relation to the International Cameral Plan.
The Spanish Chamber of Commerce is signing agreements with each of the 35 Chambers abroad to offer support to Spanish companies that participate in international promotion activities.