Trade Mission to Croatia and Serbia
- Event Typ
- 18.04.2016 - 21.04.2016
- Zagreb and Belgrade
The Chamber of Commerce of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, in close cooperation with Bruxelles Export & Invest, the Croatian Chamber of Economy and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia, will organize a multi-sectoral mission to Croatia and Serbia. The Trade Mission will last from the 18th to 21st of April, starting in Zagreb before heading to Belgrade.
Croatia, European Union Member State since July 2013, has demonstrated great dynamism during the decade following the end of conflicts in the region in managing its conversion to a functional market economy. According to Eurostat (December 2015), with 1.3% growth in GDP, Croatia is the country considered with the strongest growth, despite a high unemployment rate and continued public deficit. Meanwhile, the tourism sector is booming and guarantees a steady inflow of foreign currency. The potential investment sectors are: tourism infrastructure and facilities in the hospitality sector, chemistry, energy infrastructure, environment, equipment for the construction industry, transportation and telecommunication.
In addition to an excellent strategic location and free access to the markets of Southeast Europe and Russia, Serbia also relies on major investors and skilled workers.
Seminars and business receptions will be organized in Zagreb and Belgrade. Participating companies from Luxembourg may request business meetings with local companies or institutions in both cities.
You are kindly requested to duly complete the attached registration form and send it back to Mrs Edith Stein, fax: 42 39 39-822, e-mail: Croatia_Serbia2016(at)cc.lu by no later than February 29, 2016. For further information about this upcoming mission, feel free to contact Mrs Edith Stein or Ms Sarah Nilles (tel: 42 39 39-482/42 39 39-316)
Wirtschaftliche Missionen werden von der Handelskammer des Großherzogtums Luxemburg durchgeführt und in enger Zusammenarbeit mit dem internationalen Netzwerk der Handelskammern, dem wirtschaftlichen oder diplomatischen Netzwerk Luxemburgs im Ausland, den belgischen Handelsattachés oder der betreffenden Abteilung des Ministeriums organisiert.