Encouraged by the good business climate of the country, two Turkish companies have expressed interest in investing in its textile sector.
Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajić has met early today with the leading Turkish manufacturers of textile in Istanbul, gathered in the Department for Foreign Economic Cooperation of Turkey (DEIK), and presented them the advantages of investing in Serbia, and the incentives available to foreign investors.
Using the opportunity Mr Ljajić has pointed out that Serbia has the best business climate in the region and the most favourable conditions for foreign investors, as well as experienced and qualified workforce in the sector of textile.
Deputy Prime Minister Ljajić has added that in the recent years in Serbia there have been 136 registered business entities owned by Turkish citizens and that it is a clear indication of a continuous upward trend in economic cooperation of the two countries.
When meeting the manufacturers of textile in Turkey, two companies from this sector have said to the Deputy Prime Minister Rasim Ljajić that are coming to Serbia in March, to start to realise the process of their investment.