US Global Resource Investments eyes investments in Serbia.

By bne IntelliNews July 4, 2011
US Global Resource Investments is interested in investing in renewable energy and mineral resources in Serbia, the company's investment executive Michael Kosowan said as cited by Beta news agency. According to Kosowan, Global Resource Investments sees a great potential in the country's hydropower sector. Global Resource Investments is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sprott Inc., a public natural resources investment manager listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. The company employs more than 130 professionals and manages over USD 8bn in small capitalization resource investments.
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