Monaco Economic Board President Michel Dotta told the almost 400 people who attended the 42nd members meeting at the Yacht Club on Tuesday evening that he remans broadly optimistic, despite the current international situation.

Two major economic drivers in the Principality are doing extremely well, construction and tourism, he said.

MEB’s director, Guillaume Rose, underlined the chamber’s confidence by unveiling a very busy program in the coming months.

Business delegations will travel to Montreal and Toronto, to Madrid and Paris before Christmas. This busy schedule is interspersed with several other topical events involving extensive cooperation with French entrepreneurs focussed on events in Monaco and Nice.

PHOTO: Michel Dotta, Monaco’s Ambassador to the USA and Canada Maguy Maccario Doyle, and Guillaume Rose Ian Brodie