It has been announced that several more major German investors will confirm their decisions to invest in Serbia by the end of this year. This provides reason to believe that the growing trend of cooperation between the two economies will continue and will deepen
Slovenian and Serbian companies are entering into increasingly complex forms of cooperation, creating consortiums for joint production operations and the joint development of products and services in almost all segments of business, from agribusiness, via industry to ICT, the creative industries and scientifictechnological cooperation
"All 300 companies in the selection for the "Blic Entrepreneur" are winners and represent the image of a better Serbia. They are the future of Serbia - micro, small and medium companies. They represent 99 per cent of our commerce, and about 66 per cent of employees work in these companies. The government has invested 7.6 billion dinars of grants for them," said Minister Mali.
The Serbian Chamber of Commerce (PKS) and the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications awarded to the most successful domestic product and corporate brands at the final ceremony of the "Best of Serbia 2017" campaign.
For the first time since they formed part of a common country, Slovenia and Serbia last year exceeded the figure of a billion euros in their bilateral trade exchange, and at the beginning of 2018 Serbia is recording a surplus in this trade, with a large number of Slovenian exporters who invested here contributing to that, but also the agility of domestic companies that are increasingly improving their position on the Slovenian market
During a five-day visit to Serbia, six German companies interested in buying organic products showed great interest in cooperation through the purchase of home-grown organic, frozen raspberries, blackberries and strawberries.