The Portuguese Enterprise Confederation (CIP) and the Moroccan Confederation CGEM created the Portuguese-Moroccan Financial Fee to deepen financial relations and convey collectively representatives from the digital, textile, automotive, aviation, well being, vitality and metallic processing sectors.
“On the event of the go to of Eurico Brilhante Dias, Secretary of State for Internationalization of Portugal, to Morocco, CIP coordinated the enterprise delegation’s visits to Rabat and Casablanca, with the purpose of forming the Portuguese-Moroccan Financial Committee Conference with CGEM (Confédération Générale des Entreprises du Maroc) “, CIP was introduced in a press release immediately.
In keeping with the federation, the Portuguese-Moroccan Financial Fee will make it attainable to deepen the financial relations between the 2 international locations and strengthen the relations between non-public enterprise entities.
The Financial Committee will convey collectively representatives from the fields of digital, textile, automotive, aviation, well being, vitality and metallic processing.
The settlement was signed by Armindo Monteiro, vice chairman of CIP and head of the Portuguese delegation.
The delegation additionally included Rafael Campos Pereira of the Affiliation of Metallurgy, Metalworking and Associated Industries (AIMMAP), Manuel Grilo of the Metallurgical and Metalworking Trade Skilled Coaching Heart (CENFIM), Pedro Ramalho of the Producers Affiliation and Adão ferreira Portuguese Textile and Clothes Affiliation ( ATP) of the Automotive Trade (AFIA) and Miguel Rodrigues.
CIP additionally met with the Moroccan Ministry of Trade and took part in enterprise boards specializing in the vitality sector.