Serbia to play a significant role in the global minerals markets, says Storrie from Rio Tinto, Mining
Over the past 11 years, since Rio Tinto established its presence, Serbia has advanced political and economic reforms, and developed into a stable democratic country with a resilient market economy. The Serbian government offers tax, customs and employment incentives for greenﬁeld projects and undeveloped projects, in particular for export industries located in underdeveloped regions. Serbian taxes are very competitive today, says Mr. Richard Storrie, General Manager, Rio Tinto Serbia.
Clear and stable mining legislation and regulations, based on internationally recognized standards, is essential to attract and retain FDI in the mining sector. Serbia has done well in this regard and we encourage the Government to maintain stability and transparency as they move forward with new legislation.
Serbia Energy had a pleasure of speaking with Mr.Storrie from Rio Tinto who was one of the participants at the ” 2nd International Conference on Mineral Resources in the Republic of Serbia, “A Driving Force of Economic Development” organized by TGI Group International.
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