Tag: CEFTA

Montenegro’s Tax Incentives: Paving the Way for a Business-Friendly Environment and EU Collaboration

Montenegro, with its stunning landscapes and strategic location, is not only a tourist haven but also an increasingly attractive destination for businesses. Mercosur.me consultancy...

The countries of the region signed an agreement on the recognition of professional qualifications

The regional agreement on the mutual recognition of professional qualifications was signed on Monday at the Berlin Process Leaders' Summit in Tirana. The agreement applies...

Well-connected transport system represents potential for the economic development

The Minister of Transport and Communications of North Macedonia, Blagoj Bocvarski, believes that a modern and well-connected transport system represents potential for the economic...

Effective trade is a precondition for economic development and investment attraction

Better transport connectivity and greater mobility strengthen the connection and encourage cooperation between the countries of the Western Balkans and the EU, promote economic...
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The total foreign trade of Montenegro in January amounted to EUR 299.9 million

The total foreign trade of Montenegro in January amounted to EUR 299.9 million, according to Monstat’s preliminary data. As they stated, this indicates a...

Montenegro, Bilateral Investment Agreements and Taxation Treaties

Montenegro signed the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) in July 2007. The agreement has been signed by seven other countries (Albania, North Macedonia,...
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