The project goal is to improve the integration of the Western Balkans (WB) manufacturing firms into intra-regional and European value chains. This will be achieved by a) increasing connectedness of local manufacturing firms to offtakers and FDIs in WB and Eurozone through a match-making platform, b) strengthening local manufacturing capabilities to qualify for offtakers and FDIs through private and public sector initiatives, and c) improving enabling environment, including working on regulatory issues and facilitation of access to finance.
The project is designed specifically as a sub-regional project focusing on Serbia, Republic of North Macedonia and Kosovo. The project will also aid to the recovery efforts in post-COVID 19 situation
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