Source: Beta | Monday, 18.09.2017.| 11:29
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Turkish investors interested in investing in Serbia's south – Jobs for around 3,500 people by 2020?

(Photo: Nevena Cukućan)
Minister of Labor, Employment, Veteran and Social Policy Zoran Djordjevic talked to directors of Turkish companies looking to create around 3,500 new jobs in Serbia's south on Sunday, September 17, 2017, in Aleksinac.

– In addition to an increase in production and export, the Turkish investors plan to employ around 3,500 people in the next three years in Serbia's south, which is very good news for all our citizens – Djordjevic said, as stated in the press release by the ministry.

The minister met representatives of Teklas, Aster, Beko Balkan, LC Waikiki, Tibet Moda, Jeanci and Halkbank.

At the meeting, the investors were presented with all the changes planned for the upcoming period and the new laws that should be implemented in Serbia, which will have an impact on their business activities, the press release says.

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