CADEZ: We can expect new Slovenian investments

President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, Marko Cadez said that Serbia could expect new Slovenian investments, adding that Serbian investors would also do the same in Slovenia.

“When we met at a business forum in Ljubljana last year, we were met with a huge interest and accomplished excellent results. The trading between the two countries has been on the up ever since and quite a few new projects have been launched. This is what we expect to happen today too, i.e. for business people from both countries to talk about new projects and expanding the existing business operations”, the Chamber’s President said.

He also underlined that he expected Slovenians to invest in Serbian spas, as well as for the Slovenian government to help Serbia with advice.

Furthermore, he said that Serbia still had a deficit in trading with Slovenia, albeit it has been declining. He singled out three Serbian companies that have decided to invest in Slovenia, namely ComTrade, AIK Bank and Delta Holding and added that the Serbian and Slovenian side would work together on removing the obstacles for Serbian investments in Slovenia at the Slovenian-Serbian business forum.

The Chamber’s President also added that, apart from spas, Slovenian investors have expressed a lot of interest in the Serbian agribusiness.

(eKapija, 24.10.2016)

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