Dinkic invites Italian business to invest in Serbia.

By bne IntelliNews May 24, 2010
Deputy PM and economy minister Mladjan Dinkic invited the Italian business to invest in Serbia at a meeting with Italian entrepreneurs in Ancona. Under the efforts to attract more investors, Serbia has started to pursue more active approach, which includes initiating contacts with them, and getting them acquainted with investment opportunities in the country. Dinkic has listed government incentives, low investments, excellent labour and duty-free exports to the CEFTA states and Russia were the main advantages of the country as an investment destination. We note that Italy is one of the main Serbian trade partners. It is also among the ten biggest foreign investors in the country. Economy minister Dinkic earlier said he expected EUR 3bn in foreign direct investment this year. However, net FDI stood at mere EUR 284mn in the first quarter.

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