Source: Tanjug | Monday, 01.12.2014.| 14:38
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Economic cooperation between Serbia and China in expansion – Alibaba still does not have decision on our country

At the Serbian Chamber of Commerce (SCC), the round table with the topic of e-business with NR China- risks and opportunities was held and there agreement that economic cooperation of two friendly countries in expansion was reached and that goods exchange in both directions is very important with an increasing trend.


- At this moment, it is necessary to reduce as much as possible business risks, especially in electronic business which is becoming a very important communication and business rationalization channel with the information technology development– the Center for economic relations with foreign countries of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce.


With the institutional support, it was added, a proposal was presented referring to the fact that in Serbia, it is necessary to set up the Center for electronic business where businessmen would order goods based on samples, which would provide goods quality insight.


It is very important, it was stated, to increase the awareness of businessmen when it comes to company solvency check, efficient and other payment assets in electronic business, most common internet frauds, frauds indicators, products quality checks and the ways to handle potential disputes.


It was outlined that chambers of commerce are places for education of businessmen in this field and they are at disposal to all businessmen who are planning to do business with China, both when it comes to selection of business partner, solvency check and business risk reduction and cooperation potential development.

The round table was held on Friday when, as it was stated, it was mistakenly announced that the most famous Chinese electronic business system, Alibaba, is coming to Serbia. As eKapija was told at the Center for economic relations at the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, Alibaba was discussed at the meeting on Friday but not in that context.
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