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Prime Minister of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic visited Panasonic factory in Svilajnac where he was welcomed by Chairman of Panasonic Corporation Shusaku Nagae, company’s officials in Europe and Ambassador of Japan Juichi Takahara.

The Panasonic factory produces parts of electric lighting devices such as ballast, LED lighting modules since 2011.

Prime Minister Vucic appreciated Panasonic as a model of the foreign direct investment to Serbia which increases the GDP and enhances the employment.