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Sep 14, 2009 12:06 EEST
September 14 (SeeNews) - Belgrade-based ComTrade Group, active in IT solutions, services, distribution and retail, plans to open representative offices in Zimbabwe and Pakistan, local media reported, quoting group president Veselin Jevrosimovic.
The company executive said that, on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Dalian, China, which got underway last week, the vice president of Zimbabwe and the science and technology minister of Pakistan both invited the company to set up outposts in their countries, news broadcaster b92 (www.b92.net) reported.
"Right now we want to open the third-world markets for our technologies," b92 quoted Jevrosimovic as saying.
ComTrade Group (www.comtradegroup.com) is one of the leaders in the field of information and telecommunication technologies in Southeast Europe. It comprises companies operating in Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Albania and Macedonia, and employs more than 800. ComTrade Group is also active in the Middle East and North America.
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