World Free Zones Organization wants an office in Belgrade  

World Free Zones Organization wants an office in Belgrade

World Free Zones Organization wants an office in Belgrade

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The World Free Zones Organization (WFZO) intends to open a regional office in Belgrade, it was announced during yesterday's meeting between the Serbian Finance Minister Siniša Mali, WFZO Board of Directors President Mohammed Al Zarooni and WFZO CEO Samir Hamrouni in Belgrade. At the meeting, the participants talked about the further development of free zones in Serbia, and while talking about Serbia's macroeconomic results, Minister Mali emphasized that GDP growth in Q3 of this year was 4.8%, which is the biggest growth in Europe, and added that Serbia successfully returned to the international financial market this year, and that it achieved 2 successful euro bond emissions with record-setting low interest rates.

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