WFZO aims to open regional office in Belgrade

The World Free Zones Organisation (WFZO) aims to open a regional office in Belgrade as it sees large potential for further development of free zones in Serbia, WFZO officials told representatives of Serbian authorities on Thursday.

05 Decembar 2019 16:46

BELGRADE - The World Free Zones Organisation (WFZO) aims to open a regional office in Belgrade as it sees large potential for further development of free zones in Serbia, WFZO officials told representatives of Serbian authorities on Thursday.

After a meeting at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia (PKS), WFZO Board of Directors President Mohammed Al Zarooni told Tanjug the organisation supported the development of free zones wherever there was potential and that it was striving to share its experiences and know-how.

The WFZO is a global non-profit organisation representing the interests of free zones worldwide.

Al Zarooni said it saw great potential in Serbia and in further development of free zones.

The fact that Serbia is achieving major economic results is also important, he added.

The WFZO currently has over 570 members and there are around 2,260 free zones and special economic zones around the world.

The Serbian free zones group at the PKS has been a WFZO member since 2016.

Photo: Tanjug/D. Kujundzic


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