Republika Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Višković and US Ambassador to BiH Eric Nelson stated Tuesday in Banjaluka that improvement of business environment, and design and implementation of new reforms is important for overall development as well as for local and foreign investors.
They discussed political and economic developments in Republika Srpska and BiH, with the emphasis on planned economic reforms, reports the Government’s press office.
Višković pointed out that the Government was committed to improving the conditions of doing business, creating conditions for higher wages, attracting investment and generating jobs in the real sector.
He stressed the importance of overcoming the deadlock in the enforcement of reforms, realisation of infrastructure projects and cooperation with international financial organisations, primarily the International Monetary Fund, through the formation of the new Council of Ministers and Government of the Federation of BiH, for the purpose of undertaking specific activities and measures to improve the business climate and conditions for business activities, as well as the living standard.
Višković mentioned the example of the software company NCR active in Republika Srpska, where it employs 200 workers, stating that the Government was committed to working with investors and that examples like this one sent a message to other investors to invest in Republika Srpska.