Japan Bank for International Cooperation interested in investments in Serbia
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As part of her three-day visit to Japan, Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic met with Japanese investors and Tadashi Maeda, the governor of the Japan Bank for International Cooperation.
In a press statement, Brnabic pointed out that this financial institution was interested in investing in Serbia and announced that Governor Maeda would soon visit Belgrade in order to initiate talks about establishing an investment fund which would pave the road for the further Serbian-Japanese economic cooperation.
As she added, the Serbian delegation also talked to those who already invest in Serbia in order to see whether they're satisfied with the operating conditions and what their plans for the future are.