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Montenegro 2014

Milo Djukanović, Prime Minister of the Republic of Montenegro

Milo Djukanović, Prime Minister of the Republic of Montenegro

Integration is a Guarantee of Reforms

We can already say now that, with the realisation of initiated and planned projects, Montenegro will be one of the fastest growing investment destinations in the region. I am primarily directed towards such optimism by an awareness of unused resources in the fields of infrastructure, energy, tourism and food production. Likewise, my optimism also stems from the presence of renowned investors in Montenegro, already signed contracts and already launched projects that are being implemented here
Igor Lukšić, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of Montenegro

Igor Lukšić, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of Montenegro

Sustainable Economic Prosperity

Both integration processes – with the EU and NATO – mean a better quality of life for our citizens, increased safety and security and, thus, political stability and more opportunities for sustainable economic prosperity in the long term. All this negotiating work has been followed by extensive social, political and economic reforms, which also enabled significant improvement in all areas
Vladimir Kavarić, Minister of Economy of Montenegro

Vladimir Kavarić, Minister of Economy of Montenegro

Stable Fiscal and Financial System

Our estimates are that in the next three years Montenegro could mark economic growth of between 3.5 and 3.8 per cent. I think few economies in this kind of global atmosphere, especially small countries like Montenegro, can boast such large investor interest
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