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15
Sep

14th edition of MedaWeek Barcelona, marked by the 25th anniversary of the Barcelona Process and the challenges of COVID-19

The Mediterranean Week of Economic Leaders, MedaWeek Barcelona, reaches this year its 14th edition immersed in a context of high uncertainty and social and economic crisis. Therefore, now more than ever, it is necessary for all actors in the Mediterranean region to join forces to face the challenges of the post-pandemic era and relaunch the Mediterranean integration process promoted 25 years ago in Barcelona.
15
Sep

Great acceptance of the Recovery plan for the Mediterranean by leading organisations and partners

ASCAME has shared its ‘Recovery Plan and New Economic Model for the Mediterranean’, which was launched a couple of months ago, with the main national, regional and international governmental and non-governmental institutions. As a result, it has received very positive and encouraging responses to all international collaborative activities specified in the plan, which are already underway and will be intensified in the coming months.
9
Sep

The pre MediTex webinar lays the foundations for the reactivation of the post-COVID Mediterranean textile sector

The webinar prior to the Mediterranean Textile Forum (MediTex) was held on September 3 in online format with the title "Future opportunities, challenges and expectations of the textile sector in the post-COVID period". Various Mediterranean experts gathered at this event co-organised by the Izmir Chamber of Commerce and ASCAME (Association of Mediterranean Chambers of Commerce and Industry), to address the future after the pandemic of one of the key sectors for the economies of the region.
3
Sep

The pandemic tests the cities

Opinion article by Anwar Zibaoui, General Coordinator of ASCAME

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