The state secretary of the Ministry of Public Administration and Local Self-Government, Bojan Stevic, talked to representatives of the Hungarian company Prima, which is interested in expanding its business in local self-governments in Vojvodina, on Thursday, October 26, 2017.
Stevic pointed out that the company already operated in the municipalities of Backa Topola, Sombor and Subotica, but that it was willing to export its products to Hungary as well, though its distribution centers, says the website of the Government of Serbia.
He underlined that Serbia was a good place to invest in and expressed pleasure over the intentions of the Hungarian companies to continue investing and expanding its business in Serbia.
Prima produces grains on 4,000 hectares, implementing the latest technologies. In Serbia, it is already cooperating with the Novi Sad-based institute NS Seme and the Faculty of Agriculture.