• Strategically located
    • Customs-free access to the EU market based on the EU Autonomous Trade Preference (ATP) Regime
    • Partner of the Central European Free Trade Agreement – CEFTA
    • Free trade agreement with Turkey (January 2014)
    • Duty-free trade to the US market
    • Citizens of EU member states, with a valid travel document, may stay for 90 days
    • EURO currency
    • Five economic zones – two business parks, two technology parks and one economic free zone
    • Over 60.000 SMEs were active in 2011, with app. 50 % of these engaged in trade and industry
    • Relatively fast and easy company registration
    • Low operating costs
  • Available skilled workforce
  • Rich cultural heritage
  • Expanding tourism (best place to travel for 2015 according to Wanderlust and Rough Guides)
  • Multi-lingual environment (Albanian, Serbian, English, German and other European languages)
  • Yearly rise of ranking in the World Bank Doing Business indicator report
  • A well-developed telecommunications system
  • Good infrastructure
  • Two major pan – European transportation corridors (corridors VIII and X) in close vicinity
  • One international airport at Pristina

 

 

 

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