Montenegro is a good investment destination that is moving in the right direction to utilise its high potential. The challenge is the way and pace at which that potential will be used. There is a lot of room for improvement and we are aware that this is a long-term process requiring the cooperation of all stakeholders. MFIC is ready to contribute as much as possible
At this moment Montenegro represents a rare example, if not the only example in the region, of a good student who consistently fulfils its Euro-Atlantic and European integration commitments. This reassures investors that the country is heading in the right direction, but also imposes an additional responsibility for Montenegrin policymakers to stay the course
One of our most important priorities is attracting strategic foreign investors for the implementation of development projects that represent the foundation of economic growth. That's why we're working continuously on improving the institutional framework, raising the competitiveness of our economy and developing high-quality infrastructure
The strong progress made by Montenegro since the restoration of independence in building democratic institutions and the modern economic environment – within the framework of EU and Euro-Atlantic integration – now obliges that the government takes on more ambitious goals: the creation of the preconditions for sustainable and dynamic economic growth and increasing employment
The Government of Montenegro has set itself ambitious goals for achieving economic growth, attracting investments and implementing major infrastructure projects in order to advance the standard of living of its citizens. The main challenges on that road include the adapting of public administration, the business environment, the labour market and tax policy
The Montenegrin Government is well aware of the importance of foreign direct investment for the sustainable growth of the economy and has done a lot to improve competitiveness, transparency and business-friendliness. Nevertheless, there is still work to be done and challenges to be overcome.
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