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Nov 03, 2017 17:31 EEST
November 3 (SeeNews) - The Croatian government said it gave its consent on Thursday to the conclusion of a memorandum of understanding with tech giant IBM, paving the way for the establishment of a cognitive analytics centre in the country.
The centre would help boost the country's competitiveness and improve its business climate, attracting investors, the government said during a session aired live in their website on Thursday.
A draft document has been put together by Croatia's economy ministry and will be signed by economy minister Martina Dalic.
IBM and Croatia will hold further talks on the project's viability and other forms of cooperation.
IBM is due to open a client innovation centre in Croatia's capital Zagreb to service its global market. The centre will provide a wide range of technical services using IBM's cognitive tools and deep technical and industry expertise to clients across public and private sectors.
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