Serbia Looks to Russia Market
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Serbia Looks to Russia Market

New economic prospects open for Serbia on the Russian market after Russia imposed sanctions against Turkey, Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said on Monday. The prime minister was quoted by Sputnik’s website as saying that this first of all concerned the construction industry and food processing. “As for agriculture, we don’t have enough amounts, but some products could take a modest segment of the Russian market,” the prime minister said, noting that Serbia should invest more in processing of foodstuff and not just export apples or tomatoes to Russia.


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