The pandemic brought global supply chains into disarray and has made companies think about increasing the resilience of their production through shorter supply chains, geographically closer locations and increased inventories. A new study by the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, the Western Balkans Chamber Investment Forum (WB6 CIF), GTAI and the Western Balkans Chamber Partnership examines how the Western Balkans could benefit from a possible restructuring of international production and a nearshoring trend.
On 27.5.21, 10:00 – 11:30, the study results will be presented at an online event. The strengths and potentials of the Western Balkans as an investment location will be discussed by a panel of chamber and company representatives.
Registration is possible under the following link: