• 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • News Update: Montenegro Designs New Economic Citizenship Program August 10, 2010

    The Montenegro government announced today, August 10, 2010, that it has designed an Economic Citizenship Program designed to attract successful business people the small Balkan country. With an investment of 500,000 Euro paid to the state budget, business people are offered citizenship and benefits such as lower taxes and costs for their companies. Montenegro, which became independent in 2006 after splitting from Serbia, has a population of 600,000 people. Most of the country's foreign investors are Russian, and they are currently seeking membership in the European Union.

    published: 10 Aug 2010
  • 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
  • Subcommittee Hearing: Kosovo and Serbia: A Pathway to Peace (EventID=100738)

    Follow @HouseForeign Subcommittee Hearing: Kosovo and Serbia: A Pathway to Peace Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA), Chairman 2172 Rayburn House Office Building | April 24, 2013 3:00 PM More info: http://foreignaffairs.house.gov/hearing/subcommittee-hearing-kosovo-and-serbia-pathway-peace

    published: 15 Mar 2016
  • 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
  • Report from Albania. The first Sky Way Invest Group Conference (14 september, 2017)

    REPORT FROM ALBANIA The first Sky Way Invest Group Conference in Tirana, Albania took place on 14th September 2017. Our business partner and Skyway Invest Group Representative for Albania, Joe Artid, organized this event. The main speakers during the event were Anete Martinsone and Madi Dumitras. The partners and newcomers from Tirana, together with the leaders from Albania and UK took part in the conference and successfully delivered an outstanding event that surely will open even more doors for the Skyway technology in the Albanian and Balkans regions. Madi Dumitras covered the first part of the event and she introduced the SkyWay technology to newcomers, spoke about its potential and development perspectives for the next 100 years. During the second part of the presentation, ...

    published: 19 Sep 2017
  • Telenor Serbia: Bringing Banking to All

    Ingeborg Øfsthus, CTO of Telenor Serbia, tells Mobile World Live why the operator has launched a mobile banking service and its progress to date.

    published: 09 Nov 2015
  • Montenegrin nationality law

    The Montenegrin nationality law is the nationality law of Montenegro.It was ratified by Parliament in 2008 and published by the Official Journal of Montenegro.It is mainly based on jus sanguinis, and in general does not permit multiple citizenship, though there are exceptions.There are also provisions for citizenship-by-investment, though the government has suspended the relevant guidelines in the face of European Union concern. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): Vectorized by B1mbo edit by: User:Froztbyte License: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 (CC BY-SA 3.0) Author(s): B1mbo (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:B1mbo) User:Froztbyte (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Froztbyte) ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- This channel is dedicated...

    published: 16 Sep 2016
  • "Serbia and Montenegro must be part of EU much faster than 2025", Hungarian minister Szijarto

    Statement of Peter Szijarto, Hungarian minister of Foreign Affairs. Recorded upon arrival at informal meeting of Ministers of Foreign Affairs in Sofia, Bulgaria.

    published: 15 Feb 2018
  • Economy Of Serbia

    The '''economy of Serbia''' is a service-based economy with the tertiary sector accounting for two-thirds of total gross domestic product ( G D P ) and functions on the principles of the free market. Nominal G D P in 2016 amounted $37.745 billion, which is $5,376 per capita, while the G D P based on purchasing power parity ( P P P ) stood at $101.752 billion, which is $14,493 per capita. The strongest sectors in the economy are energy, automotive industry, machinery, mining, and agriculture. Primary industrial exports are automobiles, iron and steel, rubber, clothes, wheat, fruit and vegetables, nonferrous metals, electric appliances, metal products, weapons and ammunition. Trade plays a major role in Serbian economic output. The main trading partners are Germany, Italy, Russia, China, and...

    published: 05 Dec 2017
  • The size of French debt to the Serbia and Russia.

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  • Hungarian permanent residency

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    published: 07 Oct 2017
  • See Property Fund

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    published: 12 Apr 2009
  • Kosovo, Serbia Reach Normalization Deal

    Kosovo and Serbia signed an agreement which could restore ties between the two countries and pave the way for EU membership.

    published: 20 Apr 2013
  • Serbia - Former Yugoslavia's First War Crime Trial

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    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • EU divided over western Balkans expansion

    EU divided over western Balkans expansion Deep splits emerged within the European Union on Thursday over membership plans for Balkan states, with some countries warning that Russia would take advantage unless the bloc sped up the accession process. Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov warned it was now or never for expanding the EU into the Balkans as concerns grow about Moscow's influence in the bloc's eastern backyard. Last week the EU unveiled its new strategy for the region, which aims to give membership to some states by 2025 but insists they must first resolve all border rows. The front runners to join are Montenegro and Serbia, with Albania, Bosnia, Kosovo and Macedonia lagging, but all are getting impatient after the EU put expansion on hold four years ago. "If there's no en...

    published: 15 Feb 2018
  • Foreign ministers split over EU West Balkan Strategy

    Meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria, the European Union's foreign ministers were split on the bloc's West Balkan strategy. Brussels wants to bring six West Balkan states into the Union. Serbia and Montenegro are first up, with a planned accession date of 2025. Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Kosovo and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia will follow, as Brussels tries to reclaim the region from Russian and Chinese influence. That, at least, is the plan. But for now there's a snag: Serbia won't recognise Kosovo's independence. "It is necessary to accept Kosovo," said Sigmar Gabriel, Germany's Foreign Minister, speaking in Pristina on Wednesday (February 14). "The best condition for this is to find a solution to end the border conflicts and the Kosovo conflict. Why? Because it is necessa...

    published: 15 Feb 2018
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    At Franchise City we help foreign nationals improve their chances of obtaining the E-2 visa and achieving long term business success by investing in a well known US based franchise . What is the E-2 visa program? The United States Government allows residents of 80 treaty countries (list below) to reside in the USA through business ownership. And while buying a franchise is not a prerequisite to obtain the E-2 visa there are a number of benefits. For example it is readily accepted that a well known, established franchise brand offers a higher likelihood of overall success, and a higher likelihood of employing US workers over an unproven business. US immigration officials will also be familiar with a national franchise brand, unlike a unproven business plan that has little or no histor...

    published: 26 Jun 2017
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Investing in Serbia

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

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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Montenegro Settlement, Montenegro Visa, Montenegro TRC, Montenegro Europe

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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10 reasons to invest in Montenegro!

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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USAID Montenegro Overview

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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Second Passport & Golden visa - Citizenship by Investment with RIF TRUST

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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News Update: Montenegro Designs New Economic Citizenship Program August 10, 2010

News Update: Montenegro Designs New Economic Citizenship Program August 10, 2010

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The Montenegro government announced today, August 10, 2010, that it has designed an Economic Citizenship Program designed to attract successful business people the small Balkan country. With an investment of 500,000 Euro paid to the state budget, business people are offered citizenship and benefits such as lower taxes and costs for their companies. Montenegro, which became independent in 2006 after splitting from Serbia, has a population of 600,000 people. Most of the country's foreign investors are Russian, and they are currently seeking membership in the European Union.
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The Serbian economy 2015

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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Subcommittee Hearing: Kosovo and Serbia: A Pathway to Peace (EventID=100738)

Subcommittee Hearing: Kosovo and Serbia: A Pathway to Peace (EventID=100738)

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Follow @HouseForeign Subcommittee Hearing: Kosovo and Serbia: A Pathway to Peace Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA), Chairman 2172 Rayburn House Office Building | April 24, 2013 3:00 PM More info: http://foreignaffairs.house.gov/hearing/subcommittee-hearing-kosovo-and-serbia-pathway-peace
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Investment in Bosnia & Herzegovina

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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Report from Albania. The first Sky Way Invest Group Conference (14 september, 2017)

Report from Albania. The first Sky Way Invest Group Conference (14 september, 2017)

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REPORT FROM ALBANIA The first Sky Way Invest Group Conference in Tirana, Albania took place on 14th September 2017. Our business partner and Skyway Invest Group Representative for Albania, Joe Artid, organized this event. The main speakers during the event were Anete Martinsone and Madi Dumitras. The partners and newcomers from Tirana, together with the leaders from Albania and UK took part in the conference and successfully delivered an outstanding event that surely will open even more doors for the Skyway technology in the Albanian and Balkans regions. Madi Dumitras covered the first part of the event and she introduced the SkyWay technology to newcomers, spoke about its potential and development perspectives for the next 100 years. During the second part of the presentation, Anete Martinsone highlighted the main steps into the Skyway business and showed the guests the full potential of the SkyWay business and how to earn in SWIG today and how to get 7 sources of income and how to develop business fast with the help of multilevel crowd investing model. The first SkyWay conference in Tirana, Albania draws a special attention on the scale of SkyWay project and business opportunities in SWIG. After the successful completion of the official part, our Skyway UK team members together with the host were engaged in various meetings and interactive training related to the development of further SWIG leaders within the region. Also the SWIG team took this opportunity to engage in talks with various influential people in the region about the perspectives of project development in Albania and Balkans. This conference in Tirana was the first, but definitely not the last one! We were delighted that our delegation from UK could count on the valuable support of the SWIG Albania Representative -Joe Artid, an example to many leaders for his commitment and hard work. The aim for the next 6-12 months is to create a strong network in Albania with the help of local key people, hold future events for 500 people and more, and successfully collaborate with significant stakeholders on targeted projects in Albania. ------------------
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Telenor Serbia: Bringing Banking to All

Telenor Serbia: Bringing Banking to All

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Ingeborg Øfsthus, CTO of Telenor Serbia, tells Mobile World Live why the operator has launched a mobile banking service and its progress to date.
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Montenegrin nationality law

Montenegrin nationality law

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The Montenegrin nationality law is the nationality law of Montenegro.It was ratified by Parliament in 2008 and published by the Official Journal of Montenegro.It is mainly based on jus sanguinis, and in general does not permit multiple citizenship, though there are exceptions.There are also provisions for citizenship-by-investment, though the government has suspended the relevant guidelines in the face of European Union concern. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): Vectorized by B1mbo edit by: User:Froztbyte License: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 (CC BY-SA 3.0) Author(s): B1mbo (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:B1mbo) User:Froztbyte (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Froztbyte) ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- This channel is dedicated to make Wikipedia, one of the biggest knowledge databases in the world available to people with limited vision. Article available under a Creative Commons license Image source in video
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"Serbia and Montenegro must be part of EU much faster than 2025", Hungarian minister Szijarto

"Serbia and Montenegro must be part of EU much faster than 2025", Hungarian minister Szijarto

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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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Economy Of Serbia

Economy Of Serbia

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The '''economy of Serbia''' is a service-based economy with the tertiary sector accounting for two-thirds of total gross domestic product ( G D P ) and functions on the principles of the free market. Nominal G D P in 2016 amounted $37.745 billion, which is $5,376 per capita, while the G D P based on purchasing power parity ( P P P ) stood at $101.752 billion, which is $14,493 per capita. The strongest sectors in the economy are energy, automotive industry, machinery, mining, and agriculture. Primary industrial exports are automobiles, iron and steel, rubber, clothes, wheat, fruit and vegetables, nonferrous metals, electric appliances, metal products, weapons and ammunition. Trade plays a major role in Serbian economic output. The main trading partners are Germany, Italy, Russia, China, and neighbouring Balkan countries. Belgrade is the capital and economic heart of Serbia and home to most major Serbian and international companies operating in the country, as well as the National Bank of Serbia and the Belgrade Stock Exchange. Novi Sad is the second largest city and the most important economic hub after Belgrade. All text, either derivative works from Wikipedia Articles or original content shared here, is licensed under: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License A full list of the authors of the original content can be found in the following subdomain of wikipedia, here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_Serbia (Economics: Modern State Economies)
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The size of French debt to the Serbia and Russia.

The size of French debt to the Serbia and Russia.

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Hungarian permanent residency

Hungarian permanent residency

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Investment program by Stratix consultants Bhhghh
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See Property Fund

See Property Fund

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The SEE Property Fund is the premier provider of commercial real estate exposure to Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia (SEE). Visit us at MIPIM 2009.
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Kosovo, Serbia Reach Normalization Deal

Kosovo, Serbia Reach Normalization Deal

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Kosovo and Serbia signed an agreement which could restore ties between the two countries and pave the way for EU membership.
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Serbia - Former Yugoslavia's First War Crime Trial

Serbia - Former Yugoslavia's First War Crime Trial

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Three years after the beginning of bitter fighting in former Yugoslavia, two brothers accused of murder, rape and robbery appeared in court Tuesday (22/11) in Sabac (70 km west of Belgrade), where they were charged in former Yugoslavia's first war crimes trial. SHOWS: SABAC, SERBIA 22/11 WTN common RTV street scene in sabac county court building in sabac plate at the court building interior of court room dusan vuckovic followed by police entering the court room a policeman uncuffing the accused vojin vuckovic in the court room judge reading the bill of indictment cu of accused various interior shots 2.42 ends You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2ec8d2650f20d49aa93e61e5ce7e3bd4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Key leaders to agree security crackdown strategy

Key leaders to agree security crackdown strategy

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Night Shots Peja, 80 kilometers (50 miles) west of Kosovo's capital Pristina, File 2003 1. Wide shot of U.N. vehicles heading to an operation, tracks to U.N. police in back of a truck 2. Driving shot following police car 3. Mid shot of raid in a bar, suspects lined up against the wall 4. Suspect being led away 5. Mid shot, suspects talking with police 6. Walking shot of suspected prostitutes leading U.N. police to their room 7. Mid shot, U.N. police confirming their identity: UPSOUND (English) "Bulgarian" 8. Close-up, Bulgarian passport 9. Alleged prostitute shivering, pan to UN police watching suspect lined against the wall 10. Alleged prostitute convulsing 11. Wide shot of police and suspected customers lined up against the wall Day Shots Pristina, 21 May 2003 12. Exterior shot of U.N. headquarters 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Barry Fletcher, U.N. police spokesman in Kosovo: "For both, human trafficking - that is for migration and prostitute trafficking, there are two primary routes that come in Kosovo. One is from east, from Serbia, the other is through Macedonia into Kosovo. The prostitutes very often work in Kosovo, so it is a destination for them. For the migration trafficking, when people try to get a new life somewhere else often in Western Europe, that usually goes through Albania, across the Adriatic (sea) into Italy." 14. Cutaway of map 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Barry Fletcher, U.N. police spokesman in Kosovo: "The issue of prostitution trafficking is a global issue, we see a lot of it through here and we see it now party because, we, the U.N. police are in Kosovo and we're investigating this and for the first time there is an open window into this darkness of organised crimes and trafficking that has been operating here for probably a lot longer that we've been alive." 16. Cutaway of anti-trafficking poster 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Barry Fletcher, U.N. police spokesman in Kosovo: "It is affecting the society and it is part of organised crimes and organised crime makes a lot of money from prostitution." 18. Cutaway anti-trafficking posters STORYLINE Key leaders of the Western Balkans will gather in Ohrid, in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia on Thursday for a two day session to formulate a common strategy against cross border organised crime. The meeting is designed to set the basis for closer cooperation between Balkan states, most of which are still recovering from a decade of war and and are undergoing transition from communism to democracy. Leaders form Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, Serbia-Montenegro will attend the meeting, which will be hosted by the Macedonian Prime Minister Branko Crvenkovski. NATO Secretary General Lord Robertson will also attend. Inadequate border security across much of the region has led to of drug smuggling, gun-running, human trafficking, and political violence. United Nations (UN) police in Kosovo, who are in charge of security for the province of 2 million people, have taken numerous steps to combat people smuggling and prostitution. Barry Fletcher, a UN police spokesman in Kosovo said there was a lot of prostitution trafficking through Kosovo, which was now being investigated. "For the first time there is an open window into this darkness of organised crimes and trafficking that has been operating here for probably a lot longer that we've been alive," said Fletcher. Earlier this year, the UN led a raid on an alleged brothel and questioned dozens of alleged prostitutes and customers. One alleged prostitute had a Bulgarian passport on her, which backed up police claims that prostitutes are trafficked into Kosovo from Romania, Bulgaria and Moldova. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/30f18ef5bd8532752e0b6110a25b5134 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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EU divided over western Balkans expansion

EU divided over western Balkans expansion

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EU divided over western Balkans expansion Deep splits emerged within the European Union on Thursday over membership plans for Balkan states, with some countries warning that Russia would take advantage unless the bloc sped up the accession process. Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov warned it was now or never for expanding the EU into the Balkans as concerns grow about Moscow's influence in the bloc's eastern backyard. Last week the EU unveiled its new strategy for the region, which aims to give membership to some states by 2025 but insists they must first resolve all border rows. The front runners to join are Montenegro and Serbia, with Albania, Bosnia, Kosovo and Macedonia lagging, but all are getting impatient after the EU put expansion on hold four years ago. "If there's no enlargement now, there'll be no other time for enlargement," said Borisov, whose country currently holds the EU's rotating presidency. "Otherwise what China, Russia, Turkey are planning for the region, they will start today." EU foreign ministers are holding talks on the western Balkan strategy in Sofia, with national leaders set to formally endorse the plan at a special summit in the Bulgarian capital in May. Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijarto was "very much disappointed" by the 2025 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," he told reporters, stressing that EU entry would help relieve tensions between neighbors in a region that sits on the bloc's doorstep. Szijarto also echoed Borisov's warning about outside players making their move. "It is obvious the U.S. has a strategy on the western Balkans, Russia has a strategy on the western Balkans, Turkey has a strategy on the western Balkans — it is only the European Union which is extremely slow," he said. "If we take it seriously that we, the European Union, would like to be the winner regarding strategies and regarding endeavors on the western Balkans we should be much quicker." 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. Deadline 'not realistic' But the EU is wary of admitting new members before they settle their differences, particularly in a region still bedeviled by the aftermath of the bloody break-up of Yugoslavia in the 1990s. Serbia and Kosovo remain at odds 10 years after Pristina made a declaration of independence that Belgrade still rejects, while Macedonia and current EU member Greece have clashed over Macedonia's name. The EU has also been stung by taking on new members when they were arguably not yet ready. The bloc has been dragged into an increasingly bitter maritime row between Croatia, which joined in 2014, and Slovenia. 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. French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian was also cautious. "It's clear there are conditions and that those conditions are demanding." Slovenia's Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec said it was "not realistic" to think Serbia and Montenegro would be ready for membership by 2025. "Slovenia has had 20 years of dialogue with Croatia to find a solution regarding the border between Slovenia and Croatia and it is the same with Croatia and Serbia: 26 years," he said. "I think it's not possible (to meet) this condition by 2025 and this can be a bit of a problem for EU enlargement and also for the western Balkans."
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Foreign ministers split over EU West Balkan Strategy

Foreign ministers split over EU West Balkan Strategy

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Meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria, the European Union's foreign ministers were split on the bloc's West Balkan strategy. Brussels wants to bring six West Balkan states into the Union. Serbia and Montenegro are first up, with a planned accession date of 2025. Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Kosovo and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia will follow, as Brussels tries to reclaim the region from Russian and Chinese influence. That, at least, is the plan. But for now there's a snag: Serbia won't recognise Kosovo's independence. "It is necessary to accept Kosovo," said Sigmar Gabriel, Germany's Foreign Minister, speaking in Pristina on Wednesday (February 14). "The best condition for this is to find a solution to end the border conflicts and the Kosovo conflict. Why? Because it is necessary for Serbia, otherwise Serbia cannot become a member of the European Union". Security During the recent migrant crisis, one main route into the EU went through the Western Balkans. Hungary and Bulgaria, which border the region, say there's no time to waste. The security of the bloc depends on securing the Balkans, and the region couldn't withstand another wave of migrants. "It's obvious that the US have a strategy on the Western Balkans, Russia has a strategy on the Western Balakans, Turkey does have a strategy on the Western Balkans," Hungary's Foreign Minister Peter Szijarto said as he headed into the meeting on Thursday. "It's only the European Union that it's extremely slow when it comes to issues in the Western Balkans". Regional disputes But Slovenian Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec said regional disputes can take years to resolve. Rather than being too slow, 2025 might be too optimistic, he suggested. "Slovenia had twenty years dialogue with Croatia to find a solution regarding the border between Slovenia and Croatia and I think it's not possible to expect this condition in 2025". European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is scheduled to visit all six West Balkan countries later this month.
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Our E-2 Visa Franchise Matching Program

Our E-2 Visa Franchise Matching Program

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At Franchise City we help foreign nationals improve their chances of obtaining the E-2 visa and achieving long term business success by investing in a well known US based franchise . What is the E-2 visa program? The United States Government allows residents of 80 treaty countries (list below) to reside in the USA through business ownership. And while buying a franchise is not a prerequisite to obtain the E-2 visa there are a number of benefits. For example it is readily accepted that a well known, established franchise brand offers a higher likelihood of overall success, and a higher likelihood of employing US workers over an unproven business. US immigration officials will also be familiar with a national franchise brand, unlike a unproven business plan that has little or no history. Additionally by partnering with an established franchise, E-2 Investors are able to easily provide officials with required documentation such as business plans, operational manuals and extensive histories of success. Unfortunately many franchises will not work with E-2 applicants, and not all franchise business models are suitable for purposes of the E-2. The Franchise.city program helps E-2 applicants by matching them with well known American Franchise Companies that are also E-2 friendly and a good match for their business background. We are currently partnered with dozens of well known franchises that qualify for the E-2 Visa and have also expressed an interest in working with Foreign Nationals. After arranging a free consultation with your Franchise.city specialist we will discuss your budget, business background, goals, preferred location and other pertinent details. Based on your profile we will provide a list of available franchises that match your budget, background, business skills and have availability in the city that you specified. This service alone will save days or even weeks of research on your part researching non E-2 friendly franchises or those with no availability in the area. Once you have chosen a shortlist we will help you understand and compare key differntiators of each franchise such as royalty rates, territory sizes, franchisee satisfaction rates and more - to ensure you have enough information to make an educated decision Once you have further refined your choices we then introduce you directly to the franchise to begin the discovery process. If required we can also help you locate an E-2 visa specialist lawyer and answer any franchising questions you may have. Best of all there is no charge for our consultations or matching service as we are paid a standard referral fee if and when our clients purchase a franchise. If you would like to learn more and receive our E-2 franchise guide please fill out the form on this page. If you are not on our page you can click the link around the video or visit us at http://www.franchise.city/e2-visa More about the E-2 Visa program: https://www.uscis.gov/eir/visa-guide/e-2-treaty-investor/understanding-e-2-requirements E-2 VISA TREATY COUNTRIES (NOT UPDATED PLEASE CHECK WITH IMMIGRATION) Albania E-2 Argentina E-1 Argentina E-2 Armenia E-2 Australia E-1 Australia E-2 Austria E-1 Austria E-2 Azerbaijan E-2 Bahrain E-2 Bangladesh E-2 Belgium E-1 Belgium E-2 Bolivia E-1 Bolivia E-2 Bosnia and Herzegovina 11 E-1 Bosnia and Herzegovina 11 E-2 Brunei E-1 Bulgaria E-2 Cameroon E-2 Canada E-1 Canada E-2 Chile E-1 Chile E-2 China (Taiwan) 1 E-1 China (Taiwan) 1 E-2 Colombia E-1 Colombia E-2 Congo (Brazzaville) E-2 Congo (Kinshasa) E-2 Costa Rica E-1 Costa Rica E-2 Croatia 11 E-1 Croatia 11 E-2 Czech Republic 2 E-2 Denmark 3 E-1 Denmark E-2 Ecuador E-2 Egypt E-2 Estonia E-1 Estonia E-2 Ethiopia E-1 Ethiopia E-2 Finland E-1 Finland E-2 France 4 E-1 France 4 E-2 Georgia E-2 Germany E-1 Germany E-2 Greece E-1 Grenada E-2 Honduras E-1 Honduras E-2 Iran E-1 Iran E-2 Ireland E-1 Ireland E-2 Israel E-1 Italy E-1 Italy E-2 Jamaica E-2 Japan 5 E-1 Japan 5 E-2 Jordan E-1 Jordan E-2 Kazakhstan E-2 Korea (South) E-1 Korea (South) E-2 Kosovo 11 E-1 Kosovo 11 E-2 Kyrgyzstan E-2 Latvia E-1 Latvia E-2 Liberia E-1 Liberia E-2 Lithuania E-2 Luxembourg E-1 Luxembourg E-2 Macedonia, Former (FRY) E-1 Macedonia, Former (FRY) E-2 Mexico E-1 Mexico E-2 Moldova E-2 Mongolia E-2 Montenegro 11 E-1 Montenegro 11 E-2 Morocco E-2 Netherlands 6 E-1 Netherlands 6 E-2 Norway 7 E-1 Norway 7 E-2 Oman E-1 Oman E-2 Pakistan E-1 Pakistan E-2 Panama E-2 Paraguay E-1 Paraguay E-2 Philippines E-1 Philippines E-2 Poland E-1 Poland E-2 Romania E-2 Serbia 11 E-1 Serbia 11 E-2 Senegal E-2 Singapore E-1 Singapore E-2 Slovak Republic 2 E-2 Slovenia 11 E-1 Slovenia 11 E-2 Spain 8 E-1 Spain 8 E-2 Sri Lanka E-2 Suriname 9 E-1 Suriname 9 E-2 Sweden E-1 Sweden E-2 Switzerland E-1 Switzerland E-2 Thailand E-1 Thailand E-2 Togo E-1 Togo E-2 Trinidad & Tobago E-2 Tunisia E-2 Turkey E-1 Turkey E-2 Ukraine E-2 United Kingdom 10 E-1 United Kingdom 10 E-2 Yugoslavia 11 E-1 Yugoslavia 11 E-2
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