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Serbia climbs the stairs towards the global agricultural economics

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After the successful first day of the „Grow up – strength of the country“ conference, where ideas were exchanged and solutions offered in the further digitization and financing of Serbian agriculture, the president of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, Marko Čadež, emphasized the importance of such gatherings. As he pointed out, conferences like this, where both small and large producers and processors discuss the future together, are important because it is their connection and cooperation that is decisive in whether we will succeed on the global map.

This conference is a unique opportunity for a conversation between the economy, the state and scientific institutions, in order to ensure the most important task in the global earthquakes, which is how we will ensure enough food and work for people in Serbia – said Čadež.

The ”Grow Up conference gathered around 400 businessmen and experts

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Speaking about how the Conference was organized, the president of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce said that the meeting on Kopaonik, which brought together more than 400 direct and indirect participants in agriculture, was made possible by the largest Serbian companies.

And the reason is precisely the common goal, that is, the survival of Serbian agriculture and the food industry on the extremely competitive global market – said Čadež.

The Grow up conference brought together government officials from the country and the region, representatives of the largest international organizations, leaders of the EBRD, UNDP, USAID, the UN, representatives of small farms, businessmen, experts from the country and the region…

Today, representatives of small farms and large agricultural producers and processors are discussing their future together, because it is their connection and the best cooperation that is decisive in answering the question of whether we will succeed on the global map. Without small and medium-sized farmers, there is no large food industry – concluded Čadež.

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