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Montenegro presents economic plans at Global investment summit

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At the Global Investment Summit in Rome, Montenegro’s Ministry of Finance showcased the nation’s economic ambitions and developmental plans, aiming to capture the attention of potential investors.

Led by Minister Novica Vuković, a delegation from the Ministry of Finance actively participated in the summit organized by Bank of America, one of the world’s leading banks.

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Ministry representatives engaged in sessions discussing fiscal and monetary policies, alongside esteemed figures such as former Vice President of the European Central Bank (ECB) Vitor Constancio, former Governor of the Bank of Japan Masaki Shirakava, and Turkey’s Minister of Treasury and Finance Mehmet Simsek.

Additionally, Minister Vuković, accompanied by State Secretary Milica Adžić and Acting Director-General of the Public Debt Directorate Andrijana Ulić Rajović, joined a working session on the future of Europe, moderated by Martin Schulz, former President of the European Parliament, and Enrico Letta, former Italian Prime Minister.

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As part of the summit activities, the Ministry of Finance engaged with international investors, highlighting Montenegro’s potential for investment. The delegation presented the nation’s economic plans and developmental prospects, aiming to attract future investment interest, especially following Montenegro’s successful inaugural dollar bond issuance in early March.

Minister Vuković also met with Bank of America’s management, who expressed their support for strategic projects in Montenegro, including those aligned with the green agenda.

The two-day summit, which drew participation from investors across Europe, Asia, and the United States, featured specialized panels discussing fiscal policies and the dynamics of public debt in developing countries.

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