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Advantage Austria, the commercial department of the Austrian Embassy, held a conference to present the results of its sixth research into business conditions in Serbia, conducted in 2017 among Austrian companies operating in the country.

The survey showed that 66 per cent of Austrian companies are convinced of a growing trend for their turnover in the coming year. Fifty per cent expect to increase their investment in 2018, and a whole 90 per cent said that, with today’s perspective, they would invest in Serbia today.

Erika Teoman-Brener, Commercial Adviser at the Embassy, told the conference that she was very pleased that the results show that Austrian businesspeople are increasingly satisfied.

The conference was also attended by directors of the Austrian companies Cargo-Partner and Tagor Electronic, who shared their views on the economic situation and their business experience in Serbia.