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Alabama trade mission seeks opportunities in Southeastern Europe

BUCHAREST, Romania — Alabama Commerce Secretary Greg Canfield is leading a team of state business leaders on a trade mission this week to Romania and Bulgaria, countries that offer new markets in Southeastern Europe and a potential gateway to opportunities in other regions.

The multi-sector trade and business development mission kicks off today in Bucharest, the Romanian cultural, industrial and financial center, before moving on to to Sofia, Bulgaria’s capital and largest city.

Over five days, the Alabama delegation will meet with public and private sector leaders in the two countries to explore new opportunities for exports, investment and collaboration.

“This trade mission is about helping Alabama companies identify new markets for their goods and services, so they can create jobs and make new investments in their communities back home,” Secretary Canfield said.

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