SIMEST

AcronymDefinition
SIMESTSocietà Italiana per le Imprese all'Estero (Italian: Italian Society for Enterprises Abroad)
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Whilst the small size of many Italian businesses can sometimes make international competition that little bit harder -- underlining, perhaps, the benefits of such companies being accompanied abroad by an umbrella organisation like SIMEST -- I believe there is a natural affinity between this uniquely Italian model, very often originating as a family business, and the Gulf tradition of large trading families.
JIB will work in promoting ties between SIMEST and the Jordanian private sector with a view to increase Italian investments in the Kingdom,'' he added.
Interact has two types of membership, (i) European institutions for aid and development (CFD, KFW and EIB) and (ii) specialised finance institutions dealing primarily with private enterprises (CDC, DEG, IFU, FMO, SBIBMI, COFIDES, SIMEST, SIDA, BFE and FINNFUND).
Representatives of more than 50 Italian companies and organizations, including the National Power Company ENEL, the National Agency for Tourism in Italy, the financial support of the Italian company for business overseas SIMEST, combining CCI Italy were attended the presentation of Ukrainian investment projects.
Chief Executive Officer PBIT Sadat Muzaffar, briefed the Italian Ambassador about prior projects which also includes upgrade or set up of integrated cold chain storage units by SIMEST.
As part of the agreement, SIMEST will provide Teksid Aluminum with the related voting rights, which will increase Teksid Aluminum's total voting rights in NTAF to approximately 70%.