Slovak and Czech export banks to revive “Made in Czechoslovakia” label

AN AGREEMENT signed by Slovakia's Eximbank CEO Igor Lichnovský and Czech Export Bank CEO Karel Bureš in Bratislava July 29 seeks to revive the “Made in Czechoslovakia” trading label and to develop further export opportunities for Slovak and Czech companies.

AN AGREEMENT signed by Slovakia's Eximbank CEO Igor Lichnovský and Czech Export Bank CEO Karel Bureš in Bratislava July 29 seeks to revive the “Made in Czechoslovakia” trading label and to develop further export opportunities for Slovak and Czech companies.

In addition to creating more scope for joint export projects and transactions with third countries, the agreement aims to expand opportunities for cooperation in the form of obtaining information on possible importers and exporters.

(Source: TASR)
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