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TRIESTE - Two important agreements, with the Chinese group CCCC (China Communications Construction Company) and with OBB (Austrian Railways), were signed in the past few days by the Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea.

TRIESTE - «We want to have a partnership with Friuli Venezia Giulia. The Port of Trieste in the South-South strategy is very, very important».

TRIESTE – The Port of Trieste signs a memorandum of understanding with CCCC (China Communications Construction Company) for the development of logistics platforms in China and new warehouses in Italy.

TRIESTE – Facilitating customs practices in Italian and Chinese ports. With this goal, an agreement was signed yesterday in Rome between the Director of the Customs and Monopoly Agency, Benedetto Mineo, and the Deputy Minister of Customs of the People's Republic of China, Wang Lingjun. The meeting was also attended by the Minister of Economy and Finance, Giovanni Tria.

TRIESTE - The Port of Trieste will shortly reap the fruits of 3 years of missions to China with state-owned companies involved in the "Silk Road" project.

TRIESTE - The project to reactivate an important railway station and the confirmation that Chinese intend to exploit the Port of Trieste to reach a part of European territory - these are the latest news about the Port of Friuli Venezia Giulia.

TRIESTE - China Communications Construction Company Limited (Cccc) is interested in the Port of Trieste: there will be soon a visit by a Chinese delegation to evaluate the investment hypothesis.

TRIESTE – In the past few days another Chinese delegation, this time the Minister of Transport, visited the container terminal of the Port of Trieste and other facilities in the seaport area. This meeting took place thanks to the 14th edition of the Implementation Meeting of EU-China Maritime Agreement;

TRIESTE - The port of Trieste and Duisburger Hafen, the public corporation that manages the fluvial port of Duisburg, have signed a collaboration agreement with the aim to increase freight traffic, with particular reference to the the Belt and Road Initiative

TRIESTE - Following a meeting in Beijing with China’s president Xi Jinping, Italy’s premier Paolo Gentiloni confirmed that Trieste and Genoa will be boosted as the arrival points of the Belt and Road Initiative.