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Marer: Serbia is an Important Export Point for Austrian Companies

Jun 19, 2024

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The economic cooperation between Serbia and Austria is excellent and our country represents an important export point for Austrian companies, while those operating on the Serbian market see Serbia as a leader in dual education in the Western Balkans and are satisfied with the professionals who are trained according to the dual education model. This was pointed out during the talks between Marko Čadež, the president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia Harald Marer the president of the Austrian Chamber of Commerce, and Friedrich Stift, director of the Austrian Development Agency (ADA).

Western Balkan is the focus of Austrian businessmen for the first time, especially the Serbian and Albanian markets, said Čadež in Vienna, where he attended the traditional Export Day organized by the Austrian Chamber of Commerce.
Marer said that the trust between the two chambers was important, since they advise governments on valid economic issues, adding that he has excellent cooperation with the president of the CCIS.
"Austria is happy to invest in the Balkans, Austrian companies are happy to invest in Serbia. We have a long tradition of thinking together about what Europe needs, we are oriented towards innovation and technological progress," said Marer.
As he pointed out more open borders are needed with the Western Balkan region to strengthen trade further.
"This strengthens the future of our continent." We want the Balkan countries to get one step closer to EU membership. The stability that the region can have in the future is based on shared prosperity. We are ready to contribute to this at all levels, including our companies that want to work and make money. Our countries can develop on those foundations," Marer said.

In the conversation between Čadež and Fridrich Stift, director of the Austrian Development Agency (ADA), it was stated that in terms of dual education, Serbia was the leader in the Balkans, while interest in this educational model is growing in Kosovo and Albania. The economic cooperation between Serbia and Austria is excellent. Serbia is an important export point for Austrian companies, while Serbian market operators see Serbia as a leader in dual education in the Western Balkans. They are satisfied with the professionals trained according to the dual education model. This was highlighted during discussions between Marko Čadež, president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia, Harald Marer of the Austrian Chamber of Commerce, and Friedrich Stift, director of the Austrian Development Agency (ADA).

Čadež mentioned that the Western Balkans, especially the Serbian and Albanian markets, are the focus of Austrian businessmen for the first time. Marer emphasized the importance of trust between the two chambers, which advise governments on valid economic issues. He also expressed excellent cooperation with the president of the CCIS.

Marer stated, "Austria is happy to invest in the Balkans, and Austrian companies are happy to invest in Serbia. We have a long tradition of thinking together about what Europe needs, oriented towards innovation and technological progress."

It was indicated that more open borders with the Western Balkan region are necessary to further strengthen trade and "the future of our continent." They aim for the Balkan countries to get closer to EU membership, contributing to shared prosperity and stability in the region.

During the conversation between Čadež and Fridrich Stift, director of the Austrian Development Agency (ADA), it was stated that Serbia is a leader in the Balkans in the field of dual education. Interest in this educational model is growing in Kosovo and Albania.


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