Bosnia Remains a Great Opportunity for Slovene Companies
Ljubljana, 14 March - Some 65 percent of Slovenia's foreign investments, which totalled around US$ 900 million last year, are targeted at markets of the former Yugoslavia, and it was in Bosnia that the highest increase in Slovenia's investments was recorded, making Slovenia a top investor in the country, said Jozko Cuk, president of the Slovene Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS) at a conference on investment opportunities in Bosnia on Thursday.
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