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Banca Intesa stages Serbian-Italian business forum as part of visit to EXPO Milan 2015

Banca Intesa organized a business forum in Milan today bringing together high officials of the Serbian and Italian governments and diplomatic missions, as well as representatives of business associations and companies from the two countries. The forum was held as part of a Serbian business people’s visit to world exhibition EXPO Milano 2015 organized by the bank with the aim to support further development of bilateral economic cooperation by utilising the potential of the food and agricultural industries, as well as to help companies in Serbia establish business contacts with their Italian peers.

“As the leading bank in the Serbian market and the biggest lender to the domestic economy, Banca Intesa confirmed its commitment to providing support to economic development and helping companies improve their business and boost competitiveness even in the period of subdued economic activity. Today’s event is yet another way in which we want to provide long-term contribution to the recovery of the national economy by encouraging further strengthening of Serbian-Italian economic and business ties in agricultural and food industry, while also creating added value for our clients and helping them establish cooperation with Italian entrepreneurs,” said Draginja Djuric, president of Banca Intesa Executive Board.

The business forum comprised two panels and business meetings between representatives of 30 Serbian and Italian companies in fruit, vegetable, meat and meat products, milk and dairy products, and biomass production, processing and trade. Institutional panel entitled “Unlocking the potential of the agrifood sector for strengthening bilateral economic relations” brought together officials of the Serbian and Italian governments and diplomatic missions, as well as representatives of business associations and Intesa Sanpaolo, the parent group of Banca Intesa, while participants in the business panel entitled “Boosting business ties: identifying opportunities and tackling challenges” included representatives of leading Serbian and Italian food companies.

 

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