Economic cooperation and global crisis, debated by Boc and Kinsella

Romanian-Canadian economic cooperation and measures against the global crisis were the main issues debated on Tuesday by the Romanian Prime Minister Emil Boc and the Speaker of the Canadian Senate Noel Kinsella, who is currently paying an official visit to Romania, reads a release of the Government.

During the meeting they had at the Victoria Palace in Bucharest, the two high dignitaries discussed over the economic cooperation between the two states, underlying the necessity of developing trade exchange between Romania and Canada. The two officials also agreed upon the need to intensify the port infrastructure linking the two states as well.

The Speaker of the Canadian Senate and the head of the Romanian Executive also referred to such measures to be taken against the global economic crisis, with Premier Boc referring to the regulations approved by the Romanian Government to reduce the effects of the crisis.
Noel Kinsella voiced hope Romania and Canada will be able to cooperate economically further too, especially in such fields as agriculture and nuclear energy.

Premier Boc appreciated in his turn the activity of the Canadian companies operating on the domestic market and underlined the Romanian business environment stays favourable for the companies running on Canadian capital, with Romania also needing the Canadian expertise in such sectors of activity as the production of green energy, IT&C and aeronautics.

Moreover, the two officials voiced content related to the cooperation between the two states under the North-Atlantic Alliance.

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