• Montenegro Settlement, Montenegro Visa, Montenegro TRC, Montenegro Europe

    Satish Kumar Director Crown Immigration Consultancy Services Pvt Ltd Mobile No./Whatsapp/Vibre +919780563753 Head Office : SCF-10,1ST & 2ND Floor, Urban Estate, Phase-1, Jalandhar, Punjab, India - 144001 Phone No - 91 -181-4615207 Website- http://www.cicsgroups.com E-mail - info@cicsgroups.com Skype ID – crowngroups See latest information about Montenegro Europe, Montenegro Residency, Montenegro Student Visa, Montenegro Investment, Montenegro Europe, Montenegro Tourist visa, Montenegro Business Visa, Montenegro TRC, Montenegro investment in property, Montenegro agriculture sector, Montenegro night life, Montenegro settlement with family, buy property in Montenegro, Montenegro immigration, Montenegro latest immigration news, YouTube Channel Crown Immigration https://www.youtube.com/...

    published: 10 Nov 2014
  • Serbia sees surge in Chinese investment

    (10 Jul 2017) A giant Chinese red flag flutters on a pole where an American flag used to fly at a steel mill in this dusty industrial Serbian town. The company logos of US Steel are faded on the huge chimneys stacks, replaced by those of a Chinese company. When US. Steel sold its loss-making smelter in Serbia to the government for the symbolic sum of one US dollar in 2012, few here thought the ailing communist-era factory would ever be revived. Then came along a state-owned Chinese company. Hebei Iron & Steel's 46 million-euro (52 million-US-dollar) purchase of the Steelworks Smederevo last year is part of China's broader effort to project influence and gain an access point to the European market as other traditional powers, particularly the US, under President Donald Trump, retrea...

    published: 15 Jul 2017
  • 10 reasons to invest in Montenegro!

    10 reasons to invest in Montenegro! Adriatic's new investment paradise Montenegro is waiting for Turkish investors. In countries where Turks do not have a visa, there are many conveniences, ranging from ease of ownership to low tax rates. For the ones who want to invest in Montenegro, the youngest country in Europe, there are ten in Montenegro! Adriatic's new shining star, Montenegro Turkish offers attractive opportunities for investors. Hakan Aksu, co-founder of Hexagon, which has made the third biggest tourism investment in Montenegro, explained the advantages of investing in paradise country besides Turkey. Aksu; "Turks are waiting for investment opportunities in Montenegro, which does not apply visas to Turkey," he said. NEW TOURISM DESTINATION OF ADULTYTIC Montenegro, where Medite...

    published: 18 May 2017
  • Telenor Serbia & Montenegro Chooses Ericsson for DSS

    Branko Pujic, Core IT Development Manager at Telenor Serbia, shares how implementing Ericsson Charging and Billing in One has enabled it to provide digital services by adding needed flexibility.

    published: 28 Apr 2017
  • Investing in Serbia

    Business Agency Abacus, helps investors to find best way to establish their business in Serbian market. Investing in Serbia may be a good opportunity for companies all over the world. More information on www.paabacus.com. Call us and start earning!!!

    published: 27 Jan 2011
  • Serbia's Largest Investor Telenor Calls for Cutting Red Tape to Dial in FDI

    Serbia is one of the most attractive countries in the emerging markets to build and expand a business but cutting red tape and reforming land and labour laws are essential to drawing in more foreign direct investment. Speaking exclusively to IBTimes UK in Belgrade, Telenor chief corporate affairs officer said that while Serbia's government is working towards creating a better business environment, the coalition party must continue to press on with reforms to a number of laws that may be off-putting for bumper Western investment. "There are many reasons for Telenor expanding in Serbia and the skilled workforce and the 15% corporate tax rates are obviously major advantages," said Goran Vasic. "However, significant red tape can slow down business expansion. For example, we needed 20 to 30 ...

    published: 14 Oct 2013
  • Invest in serbia

    Vlada Srbije, putem CNN-a, poziva investitore zato sto Srbija ima nisko placene radnike!

    published: 09 Dec 2014
  • Bosnian PM says country will one day join the EU

    (7 Feb 2018) Bosnian prime minister, Denis Zvizdic, says the Balkan country will one day join the European Union despite obstructions from within its political system. Zvizdic said Wednesday he had no doubt Bosnia will overcome negative influence of some "internal and external" forces and join the 28-nation bloc, in an apparent reference to sustained efforts of the Russia-backed Bosnian Serb leaders to obstruct reforms required for the EU membership. Zvizdic spoke a day after the European Union presented its strategy for the Western Balkans, reassuring the countries of the region of an open path to membership if they overcome internal grudges and resolve all disputes with their neighbors. The EU's executive Commission said Bosnia had a clear perspective toward entering the block, but ...

    published: 13 Feb 2018
  • Serbia - Zoran Lilic addresses presser

    T/I: 10:10:05 Yugoslav President Zoran Lilic confirmed on Tuesday (4/2) that Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic intends to accept an OSCE report which says opposition parties won local elections almost three months ago. SHOWS: BELGRADE, SERBIA 4 FEBRUARY, 1997 WS Lilic presser; SOT: Zoran Lilic, Yugoslav President (in Serbo-Croat) 2.15 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a96fc7fa42932ade9288d1f1d6ae05d7 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Students In Serbia!

    Fail army!

    published: 22 Jan 2017
  • Serbia City - Serbia on CNN - Srbija na CNN

    From http://www.srbija.sr.gov.yu Serbian tourism advertised on CNN A video showing Serbia's tourist offer screened on CNN on January 10, 2007 for the first time Two videos, each lasting 40 seconds, will be screened 507 times in the course of a four-month advertising campaign. The commercials show Serbia's tradition, mentality and hospitality. The CNN channel, which is broadcast in over 212 countries across the globe, is watched by more than a billion people. The videos on Serbia's tourist offer will be particularly directed towards Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and will also be the first step in establishing a partnership and long-term cooperation between Serbia and CNN. The videos will promote Serbia at both local and global level with the aim of attracting both tourists and f...

    published: 09 Jan 2007
  • Montenegro national team arrival on Sofia Airport on 04.09.2009

    published: 04 Sep 2009
  • Opportunity in Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia

    Garth is in Seoul, South Korea, telling about the home-based business opportunity in Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Macedonia.

    published: 01 Dec 2013
  • USAID Montenegro Overview

    The U.S. Agency for International Development worked in Montenegro from 2001 to 2013. This video presents its final three programs, which increased economic opportunities in 13 less-developed municipalities, streamlined government and judicial operations, and developed opportunities for persons with disabilities.

    published: 14 Jun 2013
  • Invest in Montenegro, new Montecarlo 01

    Montenegro is country design for big investors with great vision If you feel you want to be part of Montenegro project call us today +44(0)7832100524 bogdan@lasarotta.co.uk over 60 projects to share with perspective investors

    published: 20 Jun 2013
  • The train track guiding refugees from Serbia into Hungary - BBC News

    published: 25 Aug 2015
  • IMF to inject 3 billion euro bailout loan into Serbia, analyst

    (26 Mar 2009) 1. Wide street scene 2. UNICREDIT Bank building in Belgrade 3. Wide of news conference 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Albert Jaeger, International Monetary Fund's mission chief for Serbia: "First problem is that given the global financial turmoil, foreign investors have become much more reluctant to provide wide capital inflows to Serbia." 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Albert Jaeger, IMF's mission chief for Serbia: "The new arrangement or the revised arrangement is the loan of about 3 (b) billion euros." 6. Cutaway reporters at news conference 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Albert Jaeger, IMF's mission chief for Serbia: "The loan I mentioned is expected to fill most of the projected external financing gaps in 2009, and 2010." 8. Cutaway media at news conference 9. SOUNDBITE (Serbi...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Investment in Bosnia & Herzegovina

    This video is about investment opportunities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It shows you detailed information about sectors which are best for investment in B&H.

    published: 18 Aug 2015
  • Second Passport & Golden visa - Citizenship by Investment with RIF TRUST

    RIF TRUST is helping its esteemed clients choose the right citizenship or residency program. Having a second passport or being a permanent resident of a ''strong'' country gives opportunities, opens borders and restores freedom of action that are obstacles to our life's highest potential. We offer various citizenship by investment programs & residency programs including both investor and golden visas. For more details, visit the below link to our website: http://www.riftrust.com/citizenship-by-investment/

    published: 26 Sep 2017
  • Serbia Is Promoting Business Opportunities for UK Companies

    The country has free trade agreements with the European Union, Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union as well as Turkey and the United States. EU membership will open up new opportunities but might close others, Radoš Gazdić, Radoš Gazdić, Head of Strategic Investment Department, Development Agency of Serbia, tells Emerging Europe. He also announces the roadshow Serbia is planning in September, for across the UK. More: emerging-europe.com

    published: 02 Jun 2017
  • KUNJUNGAN INVESTOR SERBIA UNTUK MELIHAT OBJEK WISATA DIKOTA DUMAI

    published: 08 Apr 2013
  • European Union split over expansion into Western Balkans

    European Union foreign ministers disagree over a proposal by the bloc’s executive to push for expansion into the Western Balkans, a region still scarred by ethnic wars fought in the 1990s and dogged by a reputation for lawlessness. Meeting in Bulgaria, the EU ministers discussed for the first time the plan by the European Commission that set out 2025 as a goal for Serbia and Montenegro to join the bloc. Hungary’s Peter Szijjarto was “very much disappointed” by that target, saying the first two countries from the Western Balkan six should be admitted already in 2022. “I think 2025 is very late and they deserve a much quicker way to integration,” Budapest’s foreign minister told reporters, stressing that EU entry would help relieve tensions between neighbors in a region that sits on the b...

    published: 15 Feb 2018
  • The Serbian economy 2015

    Serbia is the frontier market that almost every foreign investor left during the financial crisis. Despite a recent rise, it is still one of the lowest valued stock markets in the world. Indeed, it is still down 80 percent compared to pre-crisis levels.

    published: 09 Oct 2014
  • KBLS - Pavle Radulovic: Minister of Sustainable Development and Tourism of Montenegro

    His Excellency Mr Pavle Radulovic was appointed Minister of Sustainable Development and Tourism of Montenegro in November 2016. He has already made a name for decisive action with an international outlook, by galvanising entrepreneurs in the hospitality industry, cutting taxes to incentivise tourism and investment, attending global property congress MIPIM and speaking at a summit organised by The Economist. The sustainability and tourism brief is an important Cabinet post. Montenegro’s status as a high-end holiday destination has grown rapidly over the past decade. The 300 km-long coastline and spectacular mountainous north drives the tourism sector, which accounts for up to 20 percent of GDP. Sale of formerly state-owned land has spurred a wave of foreign investment in large-scale tour...

    published: 13 Nov 2017
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Montenegro Settlement, Montenegro Visa, Montenegro TRC, Montenegro Europe
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Montenegro Settlement, Montenegro Visa, Montenegro TRC, Montenegro Europe

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Satish Kumar Director Crown Immigration Consultancy Services Pvt Ltd Mobile No./Whatsapp/Vibre +919780563753 Head Office : SCF-10,1ST & 2ND Floor, Urban Estate, Phase-1, Jalandhar, Punjab, India - 144001 Phone No - 91 -181-4615207 Website- http://www.cicsgroups.com E-mail - info@cicsgroups.com Skype ID – crowngroups See latest information about Montenegro Europe, Montenegro Residency, Montenegro Student Visa, Montenegro Investment, Montenegro Europe, Montenegro Tourist visa, Montenegro Business Visa, Montenegro TRC, Montenegro investment in property, Montenegro agriculture sector, Montenegro night life, Montenegro settlement with family, buy property in Montenegro, Montenegro immigration, Montenegro latest immigration news, YouTube Channel Crown Immigration https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnGy4uENJmddEbuHELUNI8g, Montenegro local currency is Euro. Any types of services in Montenegro. More information contact Crown Immigration – Jalandhar 0181-4615207, Whatsup/Vibre/Mobile +919780563753, skype crowngroups, email cicsgroups@gmail.com
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Serbia sees surge in Chinese investment
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Serbia sees surge in Chinese investment

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(10 Jul 2017) A giant Chinese red flag flutters on a pole where an American flag used to fly at a steel mill in this dusty industrial Serbian town. The company logos of US Steel are faded on the huge chimneys stacks, replaced by those of a Chinese company. When US. Steel sold its loss-making smelter in Serbia to the government for the symbolic sum of one US dollar in 2012, few here thought the ailing communist-era factory would ever be revived. Then came along a state-owned Chinese company. Hebei Iron & Steel's 46 million-euro (52 million-US-dollar) purchase of the Steelworks Smederevo last year is part of China's broader effort to project influence and gain an access point to the European market as other traditional powers, particularly the US, under President Donald Trump, retreat from the world stage. The dynamic was laid bare at a world summit over the weekend, where Trump showed little interest in promoting free trade and was at odds with other countries on issues like climate change. China, meanwhile, was keen to promote itself as a champion of commerce and openness - even though in practice it falls far short of being one. The Serbian plant is economically irrelevant in the short term to China, which abounds with steel production at home. But the deal saved 5,200 local jobs and gained Serbia's political favour. "I would describe this as placing a foot in the doorway in order to enter the market and the area where Russia and America are already present.", said Mijat Lakicevic, a Serbian political and economy analyst. The longer-term strategy for China is to open markets for its businesses as its home economy slows. Beijing is encouraging its industries to diversify abroad in hopes of reducing China's reliance on exports and its domestic market. Steel producers have an extra incentive because Beijing is trying to shrink its bloated state-dominated industry at home. And while the EU remains the Western Balkans' largest trading partner, local governments have sometimes looked with favour to countries like China that are willing to invest large amounts without raising concerns about the region's patchy record on human rights or media freedoms. In Smederevo, the town of some 100,000 people where thousands make a living from the steel plant, there was praise for China. Though salaries are about 25 percent below what they were under the US company - roughly 750 euros (855 US dollars) a month compared with 1,000 euros (1,140 US dollars), mayor Jasna Avramovic said it was important that the jobs had returned in the first place. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/57776c1a35198371a4524baa0ac16f40 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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10 reasons to invest in Montenegro!
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10 reasons to invest in Montenegro!

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10 reasons to invest in Montenegro! Adriatic's new investment paradise Montenegro is waiting for Turkish investors. In countries where Turks do not have a visa, there are many conveniences, ranging from ease of ownership to low tax rates. For the ones who want to invest in Montenegro, the youngest country in Europe, there are ten in Montenegro! Adriatic's new shining star, Montenegro Turkish offers attractive opportunities for investors. Hakan Aksu, co-founder of Hexagon, which has made the third biggest tourism investment in Montenegro, explained the advantages of investing in paradise country besides Turkey. Aksu; "Turks are waiting for investment opportunities in Montenegro, which does not apply visas to Turkey," he said. NEW TOURISM DESTINATION OF ADULTYTIC Montenegro, where Mediterranean and Balkan cultures meet, received 2.5 million tourists in 2016. In a country where the number of tourists increases steadily from 3% to 5% per year, the tourism and service sector in particular is looking for investors to appreciate this opportunity. Especially Kotor, Tivat, Herzognovi and Budva are among the most popular places. In the country where industry has not developed, the coastal areas and farming areas are waiting for you. SISTER GEOGRAPHY EXPECTED TO TURKISH INVESTMENT Montenegro is at an important point in terms of maintaining sister geographies and cultural and economic bridges left by the Ottomans. Turkish companies such as Dogus Group, Net Holding, Global Investment Holding, Gintaş and Tosyalı Holding have been in serious action in Montenegro as a result of hot political relations recently established. In Montenegro, where 19 per cent of the population is Muslim, it is possible to find traces of the Ottomans. TURKS ARE VERY LOVED! NO VISA! Turkish citizens can enter Montenegro without a visa, bringing visa requirements to many Far Eastern and Arab countries. We have many legacies in the country where several natural and historical sites are under UNESCO protection. In every place you go, you face smiling faces in every shop where you shop. Because Turks are very popular in Montenegro. THIRD DAY TO CREATE A COMPANY, MAY BE AVAILABLE TO OPERATE AND RESIDENCE 21 DAYS With Hexagon, Montenegro's only specialist company for work and residence permits, it is possible to establish a company in three days and get a work and residence permit in 21 days. Moreover, your family benefits from your residence permit. YOU WILL BE EUROPEAN IN 2019 Montenegro is about to complete all preliminary work for full membership to the EU in 2019. Turkish citizens who have work and residence permits in Montenegro will also be able to benefit from all the rights of citizens of the EU member states. THE LAW SYSTEM PROTECTS INVESTORS In recent days, Montenegro, a NATO member, has received international guarantees of territorial integrity. In Montenegro, which fulfills all the Copenhagen criteria in its legal systems under European Union negotiations, investors' rights are protected by a sound legal system. INNOVATION IN NEWLY INVESTORS Adriatic's pearl Montenegro is attracted to many foreign investors with its natural and historical beauty. More than 48,000 companies have been set up since 2009 in Montenegro, which has become a major player in the world, especially in Russia, America, Canada, Switzerland and the United Arab Emirates. SUITABLE FOR HOME AND CAR RATES Those who set up new business in the country where investment costs are very low; Low starting limits are offered in the tax, property rights are kept under very strict laws. It is also possible to buy a car worth 15,000 euros, which is suitable for rent and for sale. YOU CAN OPEN TO EUROPE AND THE WORLD In Montenegro, where the official currency is Euro, the rate of corporation tax is 9%. In Montenegro, where there is no bureaucracy, you can bill all over the world in the case of establishing a company. If you are a member of the European Union, all rights you receive will remain valid. 1 HOUR FOR 20 MINUTES TO ISTANBUL With the rediscovery of nature and history at the beginning of the 2000s and the acquisition of independence in 2006, Montenegro has become a center of attention for luxury investors, returning to their old days with all their glory. Unlike the crowded destinations in the Mediterranean, Montenegro opens its doors to investors as well as those who want to create a new life, with the possibility of a quiet life to visit. Podgorica Airport can be reached from Istanbul in 1 hour 20 minutes. THY's flights are available twice a day, morning and evening.
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Telenor Serbia & Montenegro Chooses Ericsson for DSS
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Telenor Serbia & Montenegro Chooses Ericsson for DSS

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Branko Pujic, Core IT Development Manager at Telenor Serbia, shares how implementing Ericsson Charging and Billing in One has enabled it to provide digital services by adding needed flexibility.
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Investing in Serbia
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Investing in Serbia

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Business Agency Abacus, helps investors to find best way to establish their business in Serbian market. Investing in Serbia may be a good opportunity for companies all over the world. More information on www.paabacus.com. Call us and start earning!!!
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Serbia's Largest Investor Telenor Calls for Cutting Red Tape to Dial in FDI
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Serbia's Largest Investor Telenor Calls for Cutting Red Tape to Dial in FDI

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Serbia is one of the most attractive countries in the emerging markets to build and expand a business but cutting red tape and reforming land and labour laws are essential to drawing in more foreign direct investment. Speaking exclusively to IBTimes UK in Belgrade, Telenor chief corporate affairs officer said that while Serbia's government is working towards creating a better business environment, the coalition party must continue to press on with reforms to a number of laws that may be off-putting for bumper Western investment. "There are many reasons for Telenor expanding in Serbia and the skilled workforce and the 15% corporate tax rates are obviously major advantages," said Goran Vasic. "However, significant red tape can slow down business expansion. For example, we needed 20 to 30 permits from the council to refurbish one store." Music courtesy of royaltyfreekings.com
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Invest in serbia
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Invest in serbia

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Vlada Srbije, putem CNN-a, poziva investitore zato sto Srbija ima nisko placene radnike!
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Bosnian PM says country will one day join the EU
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Bosnian PM says country will one day join the EU

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(7 Feb 2018) Bosnian prime minister, Denis Zvizdic, says the Balkan country will one day join the European Union despite obstructions from within its political system. Zvizdic said Wednesday he had no doubt Bosnia will overcome negative influence of some "internal and external" forces and join the 28-nation bloc, in an apparent reference to sustained efforts of the Russia-backed Bosnian Serb leaders to obstruct reforms required for the EU membership. Zvizdic spoke a day after the European Union presented its strategy for the Western Balkans, reassuring the countries of the region of an open path to membership if they overcome internal grudges and resolve all disputes with their neighbors. The EU's executive Commission said Bosnia had a clear perspective toward entering the block, but it has placed the country last in the line of aspiring members, behind Serbia and Montenegro. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/89371475b424d9a3f249545854835f69 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Serbia - Zoran Lilic addresses presser
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Serbia - Zoran Lilic addresses presser

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T/I: 10:10:05 Yugoslav President Zoran Lilic confirmed on Tuesday (4/2) that Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic intends to accept an OSCE report which says opposition parties won local elections almost three months ago. SHOWS: BELGRADE, SERBIA 4 FEBRUARY, 1997 WS Lilic presser; SOT: Zoran Lilic, Yugoslav President (in Serbo-Croat) 2.15 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a96fc7fa42932ade9288d1f1d6ae05d7 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Students In Serbia!
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Students In Serbia!

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Fail army!
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Serbia City  -  Serbia on CNN - Srbija na CNN
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Serbia City - Serbia on CNN - Srbija na CNN

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From http://www.srbija.sr.gov.yu Serbian tourism advertised on CNN A video showing Serbia's tourist offer screened on CNN on January 10, 2007 for the first time Two videos, each lasting 40 seconds, will be screened 507 times in the course of a four-month advertising campaign. The commercials show Serbia's tradition, mentality and hospitality. The CNN channel, which is broadcast in over 212 countries across the globe, is watched by more than a billion people. The videos on Serbia's tourist offer will be particularly directed towards Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and will also be the first step in establishing a partnership and long-term cooperation between Serbia and CNN. The videos will promote Serbia at both local and global level with the aim of attracting both tourists and foreign investors. --- More information about Serbia: http://www.srbija.sr.gov.yu/ ; http://www.minttu.sr.gov.yu/eng/ ; http://www.serbia-tourism.org/ ; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serbia ---------------------------- ---------------------------- Sa sajta http://www.srbija.sr.gov.yu Na globalnoj TV mreži CNN 10. januara 2007. godine premijerno je emitovan reklamni spot sa turističkom ponudom Srbije. Dva spota, u trajanju od po 40 sekundi, kojima se promoviše turistička ponuda Srbije, biće emitovana ukupno 507 puta tokom četvoromesečne reklamne kampanje. U reklamnim spotovima promoviše se sistem vrednosti koji je karakterističan za Srbiju, kao i njena tradicija, mentalitet i gostoprimstvo. Program CNN-a, koji se emituje u približno 212 država sveta, gleda više od milijardu ljudi i emitovanje reklame o turističkoj ponudi Srbije naročito će biti usmereno na Evropu, Bliski istok i Afriku, a predstavljaće i prvi korak u uspostavljanju partnerstva i dugoročne saradnje između Srbije i CNN-a. Takođe, ova reklamna kampanja promovisaće Srbiju na lokalnom i globalnom nivou u cilju privlačenja kako turista, tako i stranih investitora. --- Više informacija o Srbiji: http://www.srbija.sr.gov.yu/ ; http://www.minttu.sr.gov.yu/eng/ ; http://www.serbia-tourism.org/ ; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serbia ; http://sr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Srbija
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Montenegro national team arrival on Sofia Airport on 04.09.2009
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Montenegro national team arrival on Sofia Airport on 04.09.2009

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Opportunity in Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia
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Opportunity in Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia

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Garth is in Seoul, South Korea, telling about the home-based business opportunity in Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Macedonia.
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USAID Montenegro Overview
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USAID Montenegro Overview

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The U.S. Agency for International Development worked in Montenegro from 2001 to 2013. This video presents its final three programs, which increased economic opportunities in 13 less-developed municipalities, streamlined government and judicial operations, and developed opportunities for persons with disabilities.
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Invest in Montenegro, new Montecarlo 01
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Invest in Montenegro, new Montecarlo 01

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Montenegro is country design for big investors with great vision If you feel you want to be part of Montenegro project call us today +44(0)7832100524 bogdan@lasarotta.co.uk over 60 projects to share with perspective investors
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The train track guiding refugees from Serbia into Hungary -  BBC News
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The train track guiding refugees from Serbia into Hungary - BBC News

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IMF to inject 3 billion euro bailout loan into Serbia, analyst
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IMF to inject 3 billion euro bailout loan into Serbia, analyst

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(26 Mar 2009) 1. Wide street scene 2. UNICREDIT Bank building in Belgrade 3. Wide of news conference 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Albert Jaeger, International Monetary Fund's mission chief for Serbia: "First problem is that given the global financial turmoil, foreign investors have become much more reluctant to provide wide capital inflows to Serbia." 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Albert Jaeger, IMF's mission chief for Serbia: "The new arrangement or the revised arrangement is the loan of about 3 (b) billion euros." 6. Cutaway reporters at news conference 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Albert Jaeger, IMF's mission chief for Serbia: "The loan I mentioned is expected to fill most of the projected external financing gaps in 2009, and 2010." 8. Cutaway media at news conference 9. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Diana Dragutinovic, Serbian Finance Minister: "Everyone will be temporarily taxed by additional 6 percent above the 12000 dinars income. That means that people who are earning less will pay less tax and the ones who are earning average or more will pay additional tax." 10. Wide of National Bank of Serbia 11. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Nikola, Belgrade citizen: "I think what the government is doing is wrong. The biggest problem is the government. There are too many people employed in the government. The best solution would be to cut number of members of the parliament." 12. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Vanja, Belgrade citizen: "I think that is fine. We should help poor people this time, people who can not survive at the moment." 13. Mid of Societe General Bank in Belgrade 14. Man taking money from the cash point 15. Sign of the National Bank of Greece 16. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Mica Culibrk, Economic analyst: "This loan will be enough only for this year. What is going to happen next year is difficult to predict. There is a possibility that we will have to save even more by the end of this year. A revision of this arrangement is expected in August this year. I would not exclude even more cuts in public spending." 17. Mid of people working in money exchange office 18. Worker counting euros in the exchange office 19. Street scene STORYLINE The International Monetary Fund confirmed on Thursday that it has tentatively granted a 3 (b) billion euro ( 4.08 (b) US Dollar) bailout loan to Serbia as it outlined gloomy prospects of the Balkan country's economy amid the global financial crisis. The two-year standby deal was reached during difficult talks that started March 18, said Albert Jaeger, IMF's mission chief for Serbia. He said that Serbia has a few weeks to revise its 2009 budget, and adopt a series of legislative changes to implement the agreed fiscal measures before the proposed loan could be presented to the Fund's Executive Board in May for the final approval. Jaeger said that Serbia's external and domestic economic environment has deteriorated abruptly and relentlessly since the global financial crisis struck late last year. He said that Serbia's economic growth is likely to be negative this year, probably minus 2 percent, down from the planned plus 3.5 percent, with limited prospects of recovery in 2010. Serbian Finance Minister Diana Dragutinovic said that despite her conservative estimates, she had never believed that Serbia's economic growth, which was nearly 7 percent last year, would drop so quickly. She said the deal with the IMF calls for drastic cuts in public spending, freeze in wages, pensions and hiring in the state sector, and the introduction of an additional 6 percent tax on salaries and pensions to cope with the budget deficit. The budget gap is expected to grow to 3 percent of the gross domestic product, Dragutinovic said. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/64ef66bd93a1b3904f644e0e3a70ef28 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Investment in Bosnia & Herzegovina
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Investment in Bosnia & Herzegovina

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This video is about investment opportunities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It shows you detailed information about sectors which are best for investment in B&H.
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Second Passport & Golden visa - Citizenship by Investment with RIF TRUST
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Second Passport & Golden visa - Citizenship by Investment with RIF TRUST

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RIF TRUST is helping its esteemed clients choose the right citizenship or residency program. Having a second passport or being a permanent resident of a ''strong'' country gives opportunities, opens borders and restores freedom of action that are obstacles to our life's highest potential. We offer various citizenship by investment programs & residency programs including both investor and golden visas. For more details, visit the below link to our website: http://www.riftrust.com/citizenship-by-investment/
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Serbia Is Promoting Business Opportunities for UK Companies
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Serbia Is Promoting Business Opportunities for UK Companies

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The country has free trade agreements with the European Union, Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union as well as Turkey and the United States. EU membership will open up new opportunities but might close others, Radoš Gazdić, Radoš Gazdić, Head of Strategic Investment Department, Development Agency of Serbia, tells Emerging Europe. He also announces the roadshow Serbia is planning in September, for across the UK. More: emerging-europe.com
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KUNJUNGAN INVESTOR SERBIA UNTUK MELIHAT OBJEK WISATA DIKOTA DUMAI
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KUNJUNGAN INVESTOR SERBIA UNTUK MELIHAT OBJEK WISATA DIKOTA DUMAI

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European Union split over expansion into Western Balkans
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European Union split over expansion into Western Balkans

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European Union foreign ministers disagree over a proposal by the bloc’s executive to push for expansion into the Western Balkans, a region still scarred by ethnic wars fought in the 1990s and dogged by a reputation for lawlessness. Meeting in Bulgaria, the EU ministers discussed for the first time the plan by the European Commission that set out 2025 as a goal for Serbia and Montenegro to join the bloc. Hungary’s Peter Szijjarto was “very much disappointed” by that target, saying the first two countries from the Western Balkan six should be admitted already in 2022. “I think 2025 is very late and they deserve a much quicker way to integration,” Budapest’s foreign minister told reporters, stressing that EU entry would help relieve tensions between neighbors in a region that sits on the bloc’s doorstep. Poland, Italy and Austria are also among those in favor of stepping up efforts to open the EU to the region, which has seen growing Russian and Chinese influence. “Who will be first in Belgrade - China or the EU? It is that (which) we have to counteract, as it is our immediate neighborhood,” Austria’s Karin Kneissl told reporters. But Germany, the EU’s leading power, is very reluctant, pointing to rule-of-law shortcomings in the newer member states - from Romania and Bulgaria, to Poland and Hungary. Slovenian Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec thought even 2025 was “not realistic”, saying the Western Balkan states would need more time to settle their disputes and meet criteria for EU entry. France’s Jean-Yves Le Drian was also cautious. “It’s clear there are conditions and that those conditions are demanding.” Statement of Peter Szijarto, Hungarian minister of Foreign Affairs. Recorded upon arrival at informal meeting of Ministers of Foreign Affairs in Sofia, Bulgaria.
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The Serbian economy 2015
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The Serbian economy 2015

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Serbia is the frontier market that almost every foreign investor left during the financial crisis. Despite a recent rise, it is still one of the lowest valued stock markets in the world. Indeed, it is still down 80 percent compared to pre-crisis levels.
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KBLS - Pavle Radulovic: Minister of Sustainable Development and Tourism of Montenegro
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KBLS - Pavle Radulovic: Minister of Sustainable Development and Tourism of Montenegro

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His Excellency Mr Pavle Radulovic was appointed Minister of Sustainable Development and Tourism of Montenegro in November 2016. He has already made a name for decisive action with an international outlook, by galvanising entrepreneurs in the hospitality industry, cutting taxes to incentivise tourism and investment, attending global property congress MIPIM and speaking at a summit organised by The Economist. The sustainability and tourism brief is an important Cabinet post. Montenegro’s status as a high-end holiday destination has grown rapidly over the past decade. The 300 km-long coastline and spectacular mountainous north drives the tourism sector, which accounts for up to 20 percent of GDP. Sale of formerly state-owned land has spurred a wave of foreign investment in large-scale tourism and hospitality centres. Montenegro welcomed nearly 1.7 million international tourist arrivals in 2016, up from 798,000 in 2006, according to statistics agency Monstat. Visitor numbers have seen steady year-on-year growth over the past decade with little sign of letting up. The government haslowered the VAT tax rate for lodging from a top rate of 19 to 7 percent to incentivise further development in the tourism sector in Montenegro, which will be necessary to provide better value for investments. It hopes to shift a greater percentage of the tourist trade away from low-revenue package tours into more luxurious and upscale projects. The country also plans to become a centre for business and convention meetings. At the global property congress MIPIM held in Cannes in 2017, Radulovic explained how Montenegro is now seeking ‘the right kind of foreign investor’ to bolster its hotel offering and potentially improve the service offered by its airports. He enthused about the country’s turquoise waters, ruggedly beautiful coastline, glamorous marinas and Mediterranean climate – and had good reason to be buoyant. According to fDi Markets, hotels and tourism have accounted for 36% of all greenfield foreign investment coming into Montenegro since 2003 at nearly $2bn – twice as much as the second largest sector, coal, oil and natural gas. Radulovic said: “One industry we can compete in is tourism and we have very good tools for it. The contribution of tourism to our GDP is growing rapidly and we intend to make it an even bigger portion. It is a top development opportunity for the country and we want to bring it up to where it belongs.” Radulovic has urged entrepreneurs to collaborate with the government in solving challenges ahead, saying: “I expect a lot of you; I believe you expect the same from me. I want us to develop the country in a sustainable manner and pass it to future generations.” He further promoted his message at The Economist’s Sixth EU-SE Europe Summit in Montenegro in May 2017.
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