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Conference "Do Business with Norway" held in Mostar

19. October 2010. | 08:06

Source: Fena

In cooperation with Mostar City and embassy of Kingdom of Norway, today in the city conference is held under the title “ Do Business with Norway”.

In cooperation with Mostar City and embassy of Kingdom of Norway, today in the city conference is held under the title “ Do Business with Norway”.

The aim of the conference is to point to the unused potentials for expanding of business cooperation between BiH and Norway. Conference is held in Mostar because of successful cooperation wich still exists between a number of companies in Herzegovina and Norway.

Ambassador of Kingdom of Norway in BiH, Jan Braathu stated for journalists that there is a group of Norwegian companies which successfully run business in BiH, but the wish exists that the number is increased.

At today’s conference some technical details will be discussed as well as development of long-term business relations.

“ One of messages of today’s conference will be that we wish not only partners who will be with us on the basis on one agreement, but rather those with whom we will cooperate for many years”, Ambassador Braathu pointed out.


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