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Representatives of the members of the Hellenic Business Association of Serbia elected a new Board of Directors (BoD) at the General Assembly held in Belgrade.

On that occasion, Mr. Zafeirios Lampadaridis (Hyatt, Mercure Hotels) was elected as president while for vice president was elected Mr. Vasileios Kakagiotis (Robne Kuce Beograd).

New Board of Directors were also elected: Rita Lozinsky (Alumil YU Industry), Stylianos Zakof (Chipita), Georgios Panoutsopoulos (ICAP, Cycle Credit).

New members of the Board stated that the Association will continue to work on improving communication between existing and potential Greek investors and the Serbian authorities, as well as providing a platform for the development and promotion of business, share information to its members and provide support to the Greek business community thus achieving stronger economic cooperation between Greece and Serbia.

The member companies of the Hellenic Business Association have so far invested more than €2.5 billion and currently employs 12,000 people in Serbia.

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