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PM Gruevski: Macedonia expects German, Austrian investments

25. November 2011. | 12:04

Source: MIA

Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski and the Government's economic team wrapped up Thursday the road show in Austria and Germany.

Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski and the Government's economic team wrapped up Thursday the road show in Austria and Germany.

Satisfied with presentations of the opportunities for investing in Macedonia and meetings with businessmen in Vienna, Munich and Dusseldorf, they expect for this trip to bring concrete results next year, namely some of Austrian, German companies to start investing in Macedonia.

Next year, Gruevski said, I expect investments in Macedonia and results from this visits. For the last few months more foreign companies have been arriving to Macedonia, thanking to our previous efforts, the PM said, expressing however concern over the economic developments in Europe.

The visit to Austria and Germany has been successful, brief and efficient and the government will keep organizing such road shows for presenting the opportunities for doing business in Macedonia, Gruevski said.


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