Kurti at the EXPOKOS fair: Kosovo offers convenient access to European markets
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Unlike previous years, this year there is an increase in manufacturing companies, whereas a decrease in commercial companies. From the 70 percent that was the participation of commercial companies, this figure has now been replaced by manufacturing companies, thus placing production in the center. This was announced at the opening ceremony of the 23rd edition of the EXPOKOS International Fair, in which it was emphasized that local businesses are growing and production is increasing.

The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti emphasized that such fairs are important for the development and promotion of the country. While thanking the diaspora for their contribution to Kosovo, Kurti said that the diaspora is a connecting bridge for direct investment and tourism in Kosovo.

The Prime Minister, Albin Kurti, also said that according to World Bank data, Kosovo leads with its economic growth in the Western Balkans.

The fair will also be open on Thursday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm in the 1 October Hall in Pristina, where attendees can expect engaging presentations, interactive exhibits, and valuable networking opportunities. Also, this edition will continue to cover the energy, construction, mining, machinery and defense and security sectors.

Also, this fair is considered to be the most important business event in the Western Balkan region.

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