Bosnia's investment opportunities presented at 4th meeting of COETC

On Monday, 24 September 2012, the 4th meeting of COETC (Central and East Europe Trade Club) was held in the Hague Chamber of Commerce in The Hague. The meeting was focused on investment opportunities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with an emphasis on wood and metal sector. Besides COET...

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Bosnia's investment opportunities presented at 4th meeting of COETC



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 27.09.2012

On Monday, 24 September 2012, the 4th meeting of COETC (Central and East Europe Trade Club) was held in the Hague Chamber of Commerce in The Hague. The meeting was focused on investment opportunities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with an emphasis on wood and metal sector. Besides COET and NBBN (the Netherlands-Bosnian Business Network), the organizers of the conference were the B&H Embassy in The Hague and the Metal Union and the Chamber of Commerce of The Hague.

The meeting was attended by the B&H Ambassador to the Kingdom of the Netherlands Ahmet Halilovic, the Ambassador of the Netherlands to Bosnia and Herzegovina Jurriaan Kraak, the FIPA Deputy Director Blazenka Miskovic, the Chairman of COETC Andre Sterk, the Representative of NBBN Wouter Way, the President of Metal Union of The Netherlands Paul Holland Verlinden, the Project Manager at the Ministry of Economy, Agriculture and Innovation of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Sanne Zacht, around 60 Dutch entrepreneurs from various economic sectors (metal, wood, pharmaceutical, ICT), and representatives of "DevLogic", "MDG Techniek", "Shell", interested in investing in B&H and in running business with the B&H businesses, especially in the wood and metal industries.

Source: FIPA


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