Representatives of the Indian company Mahindra will visit Belgrade on 10th and 11th May in order to agree on the details of future investments and cooperation with food producers from Serbia, Minister of Agriculture, Branislav Nedimovic announced yesterday.
“Mahindra has never visited Serbia and has never before shown such strong interest. I met with representatives of this company for the first time last November, and, once they visit Belgrade, we will know what their concrete plans are”, Nedimovic added.
According to him, the Indian company is interested in producing and processing berries and apples, as well as dairy products.
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“There are several options. They are interested in cooperating with subcontractors throughout the country, and there’s also the possibility of them acquiring a local producer”, Nedimovic explained ja and added that all the details would be revealed after the meeting in May.
The Indian market is open for fruit from Serbia, while, on the other hand, producers from India want to export their citrus fruits to Serbia.
“We are working with the Indian side on facilitating access to India’s market for ten Serbian apple producers. We have the required certificates and now we just have to deal with a few issues regarding the actual trade”, Nedimovic said at the presentation of the first Serbian issue of Making it Big, an autobiography of Binod Chaudhary, the owner of CG Corp Global, which opened a noodle factory in Ruma in 2017.
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