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Southern Serbia has three business centers: Leskovac, Pirot and Vranje.

Free zone is a part of Serbia territory that is particularly marked and enclosed, with a great possibility of carrying out operations and activities under GUARANTEED FACILITIES AND BENEFITS.

According to the Act on free zones ,it is allowed to carry out different kinds of activities , such as goods manufacturing ,finishing operations loan works, goods and intermediates storage ,banking operations and financial transactions, insurance and re-insurance activities, tourist and all other services, as well as any other economic activity that is not harmful for the living environment. Free Zone Pirot began to work in April 1998. according to the Federal Government decision dated from 8.8.1996, within the Industrial Zone Pirot location ,of about 17 hectares of total area with a possibility to extend it up to 50 hectares. Free Zone Pirot is a joint-stock company with ‘Tigar’ corporation as the majority shareholder.

Free Zone Pirot has its full infrastructure capacities.Buildings under construction: storage and manufacturing capacities 1.000m2
Free capacities:
construction possibility 30.000m2
Working hours of the zone:
24 hours daily

Constant services within the zone: head office security services, forwarding agency, transportation Free zone Pirot and its Users posses numerous Project reports which have been done under principles recognized by international financial institutions. (Methodology for the evaluation of the investment projects efficiency).

– Inclusion in regional and European integration
– Foreign investments and strategic partnerships
– Development of small and medium enterprises
– Promotion of agriculture production
– Tourism development
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