The Italian ambassador to Serbia, Carlo Lo Cascio, visited the Italian company Vopachel, which operates in the industrial area of Sabac.
The ambassador spoke with the factory management and with the representatives of the city of Sabac, pointing out that there are almost 600 Italian companies operating in Serbia.
“There is an increasing number of Italian investors who want to come to Serbia. We are the second biggest trade partner of Serbia and our export from Serbia is strong. We want to offer our expertise, technology, experience and know-how to help Serbian and Italian companies to grow and prosper together,” said Ambassador Lo Cascio.
Deputy Mayor of Sabac, Dusan Kostadinovic underlined that the town administration is a reliable partner for all companies operating on its territory.
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“This is also indicated by the fact that 12 Italian companies operate in our city. These companies came on reference, and have not been waiting for huge subsidies from the state,” said Kostadinovic.
The visit was organized as part of the National Day of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, organized by Confindustria which is the representative office of the Confederation of Italian Industry in Serbia. On the same occasion, the students of the Technical School visited the Italian companies of Sabac.
Of all the foreign companies in Sabac, the Italian ones are the most dominant. Given the excellent commercial conditions, in the north-west industrial zone, which is the largest such zone in Serbia, new companies have been showing a strong interest in setting up a business in the zone. This year, 15 new companies have been opened here and in the last four years, 5,000 have been employed.
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