- Thursday, February 22, 2018 2:03 PM
Kavadarci, 22 February 2018 (MIA) - Interest of German companies to invest in Macedonia on the rise We have information over companies that would like to invest in the country and I am an optimist, said German Ambassador Thomas Gerberich during a visit to Kavadarci on Thursday.
Kavadarci Mayor Mitko Jancev said the meeting with Ambassador Gerberich focused on economy, political developments and local issues.
"The German embassy is always prepared to support our municipality and the country in general. The largest German investment 'Draxlmaier' with about 6,300 employees and 'Sinalko' are already operating in Kavadarci. We agreed on enhancing efforts to bring more foreign investors, to which the municipality will offer favorable conditions," said Jancev.
Regarding the wine exports, the ambassador said there is potential in the sector.
"Even now, Macedonia exports large wine quantities to Germany, representing a large share of the total bilateral trade exchange. However, there is also potential in the existing capacities in the automotive and energy sectors," stressed Gerberich. ik/14:00
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