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Regus, the world’s leading office furniture supplier will open a center in Belgrade on February 28, thus making Serbia the 86th country in Regus’ network. The center will be comprised of 30 ready-for-work offices, fully equipped conference rooms and a studio for video conferences. Users will also have the administrative support of the staff at their disposal. Regus has decided to enter Serbia due to several factors that make it attractive for the companies in search for new business opportunities. According to Regus’ Director for Global Operations Mark Dixon those are the growth of Serbia’s GNP, proximity to the EU, diversified economy, as well as the determination of the Serbian Government to attract foreign investments. Regus,  headquartered in Luxembourg, has over 1,100 business centers in 500 cities around the world.

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