Investing in the Balkans is Political

Updated: Oct 1, 2019

Investing in the Balkans is indeed a political affair. One must be cognizant first of the stability of the political climate of the respective country of interest. The governments of this region overall still have lingering issues of widespread corruption that needs to be continuously addressed. Foreign investors must consider the region's political climate, tax system, economic infrastructure, along with other related factors prior to serious consideration of expanding their operations or developing a new market in the targeted country.

It's an ongoing issue that must be rectified by government leaders if they wish to see an increase of foreign direct investment in their respective markets. Despite these concerns, there are success stories that reflect the positive business environment these new territories bring to those who are first to seize the lucrative opportunities available to them. Investors understand that with high rewards come high risks in a politically unstable arena.

For more information about this topic, please contact us to discuss our international business services offered by Bancofino of New York and Rineta's International.

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