MACROECONOMIC STABILITY

Kosovo is a transition country less affected by the global economic crisis. As donor support decreases, private consumption and investments are becoming the most important factors behind economic growth. Read more …

INFRASTRUCTURE

Kosovo is a landlocked country, but one that enjoys a strategic geographical position. Located in the central Balkan Peninsula, Kosovo forms a crossroad between the Western Balkans, Central Europe and the Adriatic, Aegean and Black Sea. Read more…

FOREIGN INVESTMENT

There are many foreign companies active in Kosovo, in a wide range of business sectors. According to the Kosovo Business Registration Agency, there were more than 5.000 companies of foreign and of mixed ownership operating in the country in 2013.Read more…

LABOR MARKET

According to data from the Kosovo Agency of Statistics (in cooperation with the World Bank), Kosovo has a working age group of 1.191.630 persons, approximately two thirds of Kosovo’s population. Of those, 40.5 percent (483.193 persons) are economically active, indicating that these persons are either employed or registered as seeking employment. Read more…

FINANCIAL SYSTEM

Total assets of the financial sector in the Republic of Kosovo reached the amount of 4.2 billion euro in 2013. Kosovo has a financial system that is comprised of banks, pension funds, micro-financial institutions and insurance companies. Read more…

FACTS ABOUT KOSOVO

Strategically located; Customs-free access to the EU market based on the EU Autonomous Trade Preference (ATP) Regime
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LIFESTYLE

The Republic of Kosovo is characterised by a heartwarming hospitality, a unique blend of cultural and historical heritage and a bustling café culture that has locals and internationals alike claiming that in Kosovo one can drink the world’s best macchiato. Read more…

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