The international alliances represent the local enterprises launch pad for their insertion in the international markets.

It’s however a bivalent launch pad: useful for the local enterprises, to accelerate the know-how acquisition and consolidation as well as their internationalisation, it is also suitable for European SMEs who, via productive alliances, will broaden the horizons of their markets.

This philosophy assumes the development of a reciprocal confidence between both parties, aimed to solidify serious alliances, authorising foreign enterprises to overcome their role of raw material suppliers and create a position making them protagonists on the international markets.

To achieve this objective, an integration of the transformation process, source of a significant increase of the GNP, is required for the