Canadian investors show interest in Serbia.

By bne IntelliNews November 18, 2011
Canadian companies are interested in investing in Serbia's energy sector, air and road transport, Privredni Pregled daily reported citing Canadian ambassador to Serbia Roman Waschuk. Canadian investors are particularly interested in the construction of the Bistrica hydropower plant and the Azotara Pancevo fertilizer plant. Canadian aircraft manufacturer Bombardier is interested in cooperation with Serbia's flag carrier JAT Airways. A Canadian business delegation is to visit Serbia soon to discuss potential investments.

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