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Botta: the Balkans are a Market with a Great Potential


Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and Montenegro constitute an economic area of 55 million people where – economist Franco Botta explains in this interview – about 20,000 Italian companies are already operating. But for the area to be able to put its potential to work, investments are needed. And initially this investments needs to be in infrastructure.

Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and Montenegro constitute an economic area of 55 million people where – economist Franco Botta explains in this interview – about 20,000 Italian companies are already operating. But for the area to be able to put its potential to work, investments are needed. And initially this investments needs to be in infrastructure.

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