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Representatives of major domestic and foreign companies operating in Serbia, met on Thursday with the strategy U.S. President to increase exports with the United States.
Specifically, the commercial attache at the U.S. Embassy in Serbia, Bradley Harker, met Thursday with representatives of major national and international companies in Serbia, members of the American Chamber of Commerce, and presented the National export initiative of President Obama and his vision of cooperation with Serbia in the realization of the given goals.
– A national export initiative of President Obama is a proactive approach to the President to double exports to the United States overseas in the next five years – said Harker, adding that he planned to be covered by this strategy and Serbian.
In Serbia, this initiative relates to the growing number of American companies seeking appropriate renowned Serbian partners who help them sell their products in Serbia. This will enable Serbian companies to sell new products and technologies to its customers in Serbia and the region.
According Harkerovim words, the possibility of more intense cooperation between U.S. and Serbian companies in particular relating to the sectors of information technology, healthcare, manufacturing, energy, agriculture, and franchising.


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