Cadez: Removing obstacles to trading in Western Balkans

President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, Marko Cadez says that, in the next few months, the Western Balkans’ chambers of commerce will officially record all the obstacles in mutual trading in the region, and send their respective governments a list of recommendations for removal of these barriers, and improvement of doing business and investment environment.

Cadez also says that the members of the Western Balkans Chamber Investment Forum (CIF) will write a study about comparative advantages of the region in terms of investments and better utilization of its export potential.

“Our goal is to work on effectively removing the barriers standing in the way of our mutual trade through a more efficient cooperation while increasing trading in the region and with the rest of world. Furthermore, we want to make the business climate in the region more appealing to the international business community”, Marko Cadez adds.

He goes on to say that the regional chamber of commerce are very much committed to implementing joint development and business support programmes aimed at increasing the capacity and competitiveness of companies, as well as to connecting regional companies with the view of their joint appearance at third markets and participation in regional and international tenders.

Both documents with recommendations will be officially presented at the business forum on the 4th Western Balkan Summit that is due to take place in Trieste, in July this year, under the auspices of the Berlin Process.

(Blic, 05.03.2017)

http://www.blic.rs/vesti/ekonomija/cadez-pripremamo-preporuke-vladama-za-otklanjanje-barijera-u-regionu/dpeq56c

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