Mario Rendulić Becomes Member of Board of Silk Road Chamber of Commerce

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Croatian businessman and lobbyist, Mario Rendulić, current President of the Chinese Southeast European Business Association (CSEBA) was just elected to the Executive Board of the Silk Road Chamber of International Commerce (SRCIC).

The fourth annual summit of businesses from various countries connected through the Silk Road is taking place in the Chinese town of Xi’an, where the leadership of the SRCIC association is located currently. At the moment, the Chamber consists of 218 organisational members from 82 countries, including national chambers of commerce, business associations, and other major international business platforms, named after the Silk Road, a network of trade routes that has connected the East and West since the 2nd century BC. The summit held this week took a closer look at everything SRCIC managed to achieve in the last four years, since its inception.

It was said that SRCIC sees its position as a bridge between governments and businesses. This gathering allowed the members to take stock of the work by the members, concrete results of their long-lasting Belt and Road Initiative and current challenges in the global economy. Of those challenges, protectionism and one-sided commerce, ever-increasing instability in the economies, climate crisis, and others were discussed. 

The members of the association again selected Lu Jianzhong for yet another term at the position of the President of SRCIC. Stjepan Mesić, former Croatian President in two terms, was given the SRCIC lifetime achievement award, for all the work he’s done since SRCIC was founded, and for his role as a senior adviser in the association. 

Chinese Southeast European Business Association (CSEBA) reported that Mario Rendulić’s election into the SRCIC Executive Board proves that CSEBA’s work promoting SRCIC and BRI has been recognized. They’ve had actual, tangible success in their endeavors to create the business bonds between China, Croatia and the region of Southeastern Europe, and now that is also being recognized. 


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