The Indonesian Ambassador to Serbia, Mr. Harry Kandou said in Čačak that an Indonesian company was interested in building a large-scale industrial centre in Serbia and that it was looking for land plot that would span around 250 hectares and have the required infrastructure.
At a press conference, the ambassador also said that there was a possibility of the Indonesian investors and the town of Čačak cooperating on a joint project, and that he hoped that some investments would materialize.
After meeting several business people from Čačak and the town officials, Mr. Kandou said that his country was interested in further investing in Serbia and cooperating with the Serbian business community.
“I have chosen to come to Čačak because this is a town with a strong economic potential for our companies which have already invested in Inđija and Kovin, i.e. in a noodle factor and button mushroom farm respectively”, Mr. Kandou pointed out.
The Indonesian ambassador also offered scholarships for students for Čačak providing that they attend Master studies in Indonesia or specialization up to 6 months, and invited students to contact the Indonesian Embassy in Belgrade.
The mayor of Čačak, Milun Toorović said that he hoped that the Indonesian and Čačak companies would establish good cooperation.
He added that several business people from Čačak were invited to come to the Trade Fair in Jakarta in October.
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