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Cetinje wants the BFC Certificate

12/12/2019

The Chamber delegation paid a visit to the Old Royal Capital of Cetinje and during the meeting with the management discussed the possibilities of improving the business environment.

The Chamber delegation paid a visit to the Old Royal Capital of Cetinje and during the meeting with the management discussed the possibilities of improving the business environment. The Chamber President Vlastimir Golubović presented the activities which this association conducts in terms of the improvement of the regulatory framework, promotion of the economy through the presentations at fairs in the region and projects “Good from Montenegro”, “Let’s Buy Domestic” and “Homemade Flavours”.

- I invite the Old Royal Capital of Cetinje to take part in the events and forums in order to present its economic, cultural, historical, tourist potentials - said Golubović.

He stressed the importance of arbitration for faster and more efficient resolution of commercial disputes as well as the role of the Chamber in the reform of the education system, especially in the affirmation of the dual education. According to the CEM President, the Education Department is ready to promote benefits of dual education in schools in Cetinje.

This idea was supported by the Mayor Aleksandar Kašćelan.

- Such promotion could be organized within the premises of our Business Centre and it should be aimed at the final year students - said Kašćelan.

The opportunities for cooperation between the Chamber and Business Centre exist in common organization of seminars and workshops. The Centre plans to organize trainings in order to contribute to the improvement of existing and the establishment of new businesses and projects aimed at youth employment.

Cetinje started the process of certification of municipalities and towns. This is a unique program for the evaluation and improvement of conditions for doing business at the local level.

- We want to be among the BFC certified municipalities and we are working on meeting the criteria - said Kašćelan.

The meeting was an opportunity for presenting the results of the doing business analysis which was developed by the Chamber for all Montenegrin municipalities. The visit to Cetinje represents part of the program activities of the Chamber in order to develop institutional partnerships with decision-makers at the local level.