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Serbia Woos Investors With Incentives

by Tatiana Smolenskaya, Tax-News.com, Moscow

16 April 2015


Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic has delivered a positive call for investors following his visit to Azerbaijan.

Vucic said that companies from Azerbaijan were interested in making new investments in Serbian agriculture and chemical projects. He is keen to encourage such investment and reportedly said: "In particular, we are ready to provide these investors with tax breaks and [a] simplified tax regime, state funds, and other benefits."

He drew attention to the existing success of Azerbaijani projects in Serbia, particularly the Belgrade ring-road.

TAGS: tax | investment | tax incentives | interest | Serbia | Azerbaijan | tax breaks | construction

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