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Dec 01, 2017 17:36 EEST
December 1 (SeeNews) - State secretary at Serbia's trade ministry, Tatjana Matic, will meet with representatives of Alibaba Group to discuss the possible entry of the Chinese e-commerce company on the Balkan country's market, the Serbian government said on Friday.
Matic is on a official visit to China from December 3 to 6, during which she and other Serbian delegates are due to tour Alibaba's biggest distribution centre and discuss models of cooperation, the government said in a statement.
In September, Matic announced Alibaba Group is considering opening a logistics centre in Serbia and is seeking a local partner to help with its aim.
Alibaba Group’s businesses includes core commerce, cloud computing, digital media and entertainment, innovation initiatives and others. In 2014, the company closed the world’s biggest IPO, raising $25 billion (21.1 billion euro) on the New York Stock Exchange.
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