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Croatian President Seeking Investors in America

josipovicCroatia’s President Ivo Josipović will make an official visit this week to the United States of America….

Josipović will begin his visit in Washington, where he will meet with officials of the U.S government and representatives from a number of institutions and think-tanks, as he tries to ensure investors that Croatia is a stable nation to invest in. Josipović will hold talks with U.S Vice President Joe Biden and senators, before moving on to Texas, where he will take part in an energy forum with representatives from around 30 oil and gas companies. Before flying out to the U.S, Josipović stressed that an important part of his trip was to reassure potential investors that they could invest without fear in Croatia.

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