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2013, vol. 3, iss. 6, pp. 77-92
Economic cooperation between Serbia and the Republic of Srpska and attracting foreign direct investment
Institute of International Politics and Economics, Belgrade
Keywords: economic positioning; competitiveness; institutional orientation; integration processes
Abstract
In terms of international economic relations, each participant creates and sets up its foreign economic policy. The issue of economic positioning and the business image of the Republic of Serbia and the Serbian higher priority on a number of political issues. Requires a more intensive collaboration and cooperation in almost all economic sectors. One of the main questions is, on which depends the future of the nation and the economic recovery, as well as thus improve the economic structure, employ able-bodied and incoming generations and restore social stability. Without restoration of production without creating new value in industry and agriculture, will not be possible to start the cycle of domestic renewal capacity and economic power. For such an undertaking will require efforts in the common foreign direct investment. It is not a goal in itself but must serve the economic growth and development, and job creation. You need to invest in those industries that influence the development of transportation and utility infrastructure, construction, electricity and agriculture. At the same time, these are the areas in which these two economies have a comparative advantage and where production should be directed to exports.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Original Scientific Paper
DOI: 10.7251/POL1306077P
published in SCIndeks: 21/03/2017

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