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A two-day conference entitled Italy-Serbia Business Links – Local Infrastructure, organised by Confindustria in Serbia, in collaboration with the Assolomabarda Association, companies EU Build and BET and the Serbian Chamber of Commerce (SCC), with help from Banca Intesa and companies Magip and Buck, took place on the premises of the SCC.

The goal of the conference was to gather all relevant local governments in Serbia and Italian companies in one place in order to contribute to and support the development of Serbia’s infrastructure.

Apart from senior officials from the Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure and the SCC, discussions also included conference participants H.E. Giuseppe Manzo Italian Ambassador to Serbia, Daniel Berg EBRD Director in Serbia, Francesco Lupo Banca Intesa Executive Board member and Corporate Division Director and Darko Budeč BUCK founder and owner.

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