Now that high-scale investments in production centres - such as those of Panasonic, Japan Tobacco, Yazaki and recently Toyo - are coming to Serbia, these Japanese companies that were pioneers on the market are ready to share their experiences. And JBAS is their home
In a short period of time, the Japanese Business Alliance in Serbia made a huge difference in the way member companies, as well as Japanese companies interested in Serbia, access valuable information and communicate their views related to the business environment
On the basis of the “Western Balkan Initiative” that was proposed by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in 2018, JICA has been engaged in providing technical and financial assistance to Serbia and other Balkan countries in their efforts to carry out reforms towards EU accession. Investment promotion, private sector development and environmental protection are all in the focus of JICA's engagements
According to the estimates of the Development Agency of Serbia, 2020 will be marked by the further growth of investments, primarily in the automotive and food industries, tourism, ICT and the electronics sector, as well as generally in projects that imply high-tech processes and capital intensive investments
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