Minister Gvozdenović at REXPO: Well–defined priorities and commitment to reform proces crucial for boosting foreign investments

    Zagreb, Croatia (12 November 2014) – The fact that Montenegro has been cooperating with a large number of respectable and world famous investors proves that the size of the country and population are not crucial for foreign investments, Tourism Minister Branimir Gvozdenović stressed in his address at the International trade fair for investment projects and related industries in the Adriatic region (REXPO), which takes place in Zagreb.

    Minister Gvozdenović presented the investment environment in Montenegro, highlighting the reform activities launched by the Government, which resulted in country’s in World Bank’s Doing Business report. He also underlined that cooperation between the countries in the region should be intensified in order to attract investments and tourists from distant markets.

    Commitments to reforms, natural resources and beauty, defining priorities and clear guidelines, and willingness to meet the investors’ requirements are crucial for intensifying the investments, Minister Gvozdenović emphasised.

    REXPO fair is one of the most important fairs of this kind and it gathers high officials, investors, planning companies and other relevant business leaders.

    Source: Government of Montenegro