Germany's Dr.Theiss plans to open subsidiary in Serbia - report.

By bne IntelliNews November 25, 2011
German healthcare products manufacturer Dr.Theiss will open a subsidiary in Serbia, news agency eKapija reported. The new company will be based in Belgrade and will gradually facilitate the sale of the whole range of Dr.Theiss products in the Balkan country, eKapija quoted managing director Peter Theiss as telling reporters in Belgrade. The subsidiary would at the start employ 10 people. The products of the German company have been present on the Serbian market for four years. Dr.Theiss was established in 1978 in the southwestern town of Homburg.
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