Greek investors will not pull out of Montenegro - Ambassador Papadogiorgakis.

By bne IntelliNews November 29, 2011
Greek investors do not plan pulling out of Montenegro, the Greek Ambassador to the country, Emmanuel Papadogiorgakis said, as quoted by RTCG. Despite the sovereign debt crisis in Greece, Greek companies will not withdraw from Montenegrin market and the recently announced news that Greek capital will be injected in local media sector provide a proof for that, Papadogiorgakis added. The Ambassador saw a growing trend for Greek investments in Montenegro in the past two years which is a clear sign that the investment climate in the country is improving.
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