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Tag Archives: import substitution
Reducing Kosovo’s trade deficit – one bite/sip at the time
In 2012, Kosovo imported products for approximately €2.5 billion. The import of foodstuff alone is approximately €300 million per year, second only to mineral products (gasoline, oil). This is a very sizable market. Unfortunately, Kosovo’s food-processing companies are still struggling … Continue reading
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Why food is so expensive in Kosovo?
Food and beverage prices in Bulgaria are half of what they are in Kosovo. Whoever has been skiing in Bansko or studying at the university in Blagoevgrad knows that the lower prices are not a consequence of Bulgaria being a … Continue reading
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