The Embassy in Belgrade can assist you on the markets of both Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
According to the IMF, Bosnia and Herzegovina's current situation is that growth could accelerate to 4% over the medium term, provided that sustained progress is made in structural reform implementation. Also according to the IMF, the outlook remains subject to substantial risks. On the external side, risks are balanced, as stagnation in Europe, possible financial market strains, or geo-political tensions could dampen growth, while a faster recovery in Europe or the resolution of trade issues between Bosnia and Herzegovina and the EU could spur exports.
Push here to read more about Bosnia & Herzegovina and Montenegro.
For further information you can contact our trade advisor in Belgrade for more information on the country.
For more information on Bosnia, we recommend the following links:
- EU delegation in Sarajevo
- EU and Bosnia and Herzegovina including the latest progress report
- Bosnia and Herzegovina: Conclusion of Stabilization and Association Agreement
- The EU seeks with the initiative Compact for Growth to re-ignite the modernisation of the economy
Monday - Friday9.00 am - 4.00 pmMeetings only after prior agreement.
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