Skopje, December 6, 2013
A business forum has started today in Skopje with the participation of over 40 known companies from central and eastern Europe. Directorate for Free Economic Areas says that the forum invites known companies to invest in FYROM.
The forum is hosted by the cabinet of the minister engaged in attracting foreign investments, Bill Pavlevski and European Economic Chamber for Central and Eastern Europe (EuCham CEE), led by Michele Orzan.
During this forum there will be speeches by Minister for Economic Affairs, Vladimir Peshevski and head of the Agency for Investing in Macedonia, Viktor Mizo.
European Economic Chamber for Central and Eastern Europe is a non government private institution based in Budapest, Hungary, which represents the interests of national and international companies in Europe, in order to offer new business opportunities. This forum will be followed by the Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orban, who is on an official visit to Skopje. /ibna/