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Possibility of opening Samsung Electronics centres in several cities in Serbia.

Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Policy Jovan Krkobabic received a delegation of one of the world's largest companies, Samsung Electronics, led by Director for Europe Seok Pil-Kim and director for the region of Southeast Europe Seho Kim.Representatives of the company expressed willingness to open space for specific forms of cooperation in the field of education in Serbia, as well as to offer projects that would encourage additional employment through re-training of the unemployed.Krkobabic confirmed that the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs is ready to participate in all the projects that offer the perspective of permanent employment.He said that the proposed project is a challenge for Serbia itself, given the fact that it offers our country a chance to once again prove that it can operate according to the highest European and international standards.The project envisages the opening of Samsung Electronics centres in several cities in Serbia, where the unemployed would acquire knowledge and would be trained to service the widest range of products at this prestigious international companies, according to a statement from the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister Source: Serbian Government
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Date:May 22, 2013
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