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CCFS, NALED and GIZ: Public and Private Sector Interaction through Development Partnerships

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Roundtable “Public and Private Sector Interaction through Development Partnerships” is the initiative of the French-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (CCFS)NALED and GIZ relates to the use of EU programs that support development cooperation between the public sector (which is, in this case, the European government) and a private partner, a company that wants to invest or improve its business.

A round table presented the German government’s DeveloPPP program that provides targeted support for private investment and involvement of the private sector in development issues of the local community.

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