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IFC looking into new investment opportunities

28. May 2008. | 11:55

Source: Dan

The IFC office for South-East Europe in Belgrade said that this organization is looking into opportunities of building office space in Montenegro together with Austrian Soravia, but that they do not have any actual projects.

The International financial corporation (IFC), which is a member of the World Bank, is currently looking into opportunities for new investments in Montenegro in the tourist, energy and infrastructural sectors, their representatives told the press.

The IFC office for South-East Europe in Belgrade said that this organization is looking into opportunities of building office space in Montenegro together with Austrian Soravia, but that they do not have any actual projects.

The agreement with Soravia has been signed and we will inform the media about actual projects when they are ready, said IFC spokesperson Slobodan Brkic.

IFC representatives signed the agreement with Soravia last week, and on the grounds of this contract, they will as it was announced, support the construction of office space in the Balkans.

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