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Montenegro will go to the Tokyo Stock Exchange

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Montenegro will in the future also go to the Tokyo Stock Exchange to diversify sources of financing and save on interest expenses, announced Prime Minister Milojko Spajić.

He met with the Deputy President of the Japanese Daiwa Bank and Executive Director for Europe and America, Keiko Tashiro, at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

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Japan is the only country in the world where interest rates are still at 0%, amid an inflationary wave. So far, Montenegro has used London as the only market for financing. However, together with Daiwa, the best Japanese investment bank for Samurai bonds, and other local partners, our country will go to the Tokyo Stock Exchange in the future to diversify sources of financing and save on interest expenses,” wrote Spajić.

As he noted, entering the Japanese market is difficult, but once you enter, you have a reliable partner forever.

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“The Deputy President and Executive Director for Europe and America, Keiko Tashiro, was very enthusiastic about being with us on this journey,” Spajić concluded.

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