Macedonia. Gateway to Asia, Eastern Europe and the Balkans

18th June 2013

Join Zoran Stavreski, the Deputy Prime Minister, the Minister for Foreign Investments and the CEO of Invest Macedonia for 2 hours from 11.

00 am to 1.00 pm on Wednesday 17th July. Macedonia is strategically placed at the centre of the Balkans, Eastern part of Southern Europe and Asia through Turkey. It is very much developing and has a demand for foreign goods. Main points: 10% Corporate & Personal income tax (among the lowest in Europe) 0% Tax on retained earnings Double taxation treaties with many European countries Special tax incentives for operation in the Technological Industrial Development Zones 0% Corporate Income, Personal Income and VAT tax rates (10 years tax holiday) Free Trade Agreements with EU, EFTA, CEFTA countries; Turkey and the Ukraine; providing access to over 650M customers. Industries of interest include: Automotive, Defense, Aeronautical, Chemical, Machinery, Mineral Resources, Real Estate, Hotels and Agribusiness. Mr Stavreski will be giving a presentation on the opportunities waiting to be fulfilled in the country. The event is kindly hosted by; Hill Dickinson LLP. The balance, Pinfold Street, Sheffield. S1 2GU Click Here to book or call SYITC on 0114 201 8888

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