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Wirtschaft Kosovos - Ekonomia e Kosovës - Economy of Kosovo

Erstellt von BIG-Eagle, 19.10.2012, 13:02 Uhr · 68 Antworten · 14.407 Aufrufe

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    Cenko du Hund du willst nur die Kosova Albaners dazu bringen gegen Albanien etwas zu sagen mit deinen Provokationen aber haa das schaffst du nicht du Zigeuner ohne Nationalität

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    Zitat Zitat von Çenko Beitrag anzeigen
    Bundesamt sieht "Migrationswelle" aus Albanien - DIE WELT

    Aus unserem Land AL kommen auch jede menge Asylanten. Und gerade wir aus AL haben in solchen Themen die Schnauze zu halten da wir nicht viel besser da stehen als Kosovo, zumal es KS erst seit 2008 gibt, während AL als Staat seit es das gibt seit 1912 nichts gerissen hat. Aber ein Glück ist dieser Psychopath nun endlich gesperrt.

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    Cenko du Hund du willst nur die Kosova Albaners dazu bringen gegen Albanien etwas zu sagen mit deinen Provokationen aber haa das schaffst du nicht du Zigeuner ohne Nationalität
    Er ist jetzt weg. Ich wette er ist nicht mal ein Zigeuner, aber so oder so hören diese dummen Streitereien endlich mal auf. Selbst mir ist dieser Typ auf den Geist gegangen, und seine Kosovo sowie Slawenphobie ist einfach nur ätzend. Er war wirklich nur am provozieren, und beherrst weder die albanische noch die deutsche Sprache, was darauf schließen lässt dass er so ein typischer Hauptschüler war oder bildungsfern ist. Drum darf man solche Menschen nicht ernst nehmen. Seine Psyche ist wirklich erschreckend. Habe mich ja mal in einem Threqad geäußert was dahinter stecken kann.

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    Junge aus dem Balkan wollen in die Schweiz.

    20 Minuten - Junge aus dem Balkan wollen in die Schweiz - News

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    KOSOVO: A POPULATION OF TALENTED YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS WAITS AT EUROPE’S DOOR



    Unlikely and unusual as it may seem, in a national general multi-subject primary school test, taken last May, final grade pupils in Kosovo achieved higher results in English than in their mother tongue. The subject with the second highest score was computer studies.


    “There is also this bubble building up right now: new start-ups, young people coming and trying to do something,” says Uranik Begu, Executive Director of the Kosovo Innovation Centre, which was founded to support entrepreneurship, innovation and commercially based business development, with a focus on information and communication technology.


    “However, what is especially remarkable is that these people are starting up a business at a very young age. If you go to an incubator, let’s say in London or Malmö, or even Berlin, a typical entrepreneur would be in their 30s or even their 40s. Here they are between 18 to maybe 25,” he adds.


    Bright young things


    At the end of the 2000s, the Kosovan government ran the ‘Young Europeans’ campaign to communicate the message that the country was ‘a fountain of youth’ and that the Kosovar people have something special to bring to the European continent by taking a younger, fresher, perspective to everything they do’. Not only is Kosovo the youngest country in Europe, after having declared its independence in February 2008, but it also has the youngest population in the Old Continent.


    “53 per cent of our [1.8 million] people are under the age of 25 and most of them are multi-lingual,” Hykmete N. Bajrami, Minister of Trade and Industry, told Emerging Europe.


    “The young population is definitely a positive element for Kosovo and their intellect, technical skills, and ambition are key factors in the success of our bank,” says Robert Wright, CEO of Raiffeisen Kosovo, which has been operating in the country since 2003. “Their areas of particular strength are IT skills and using the abilities of the young population. Raiffeisen Bank Kosovo provides IT and operations support for many other parts of Raiffeisen Bank’s international network, in countries such as Russia, Bulgaria and Albania,” he adds.


    Not only is the IT expertise excellent, it is also considerably cheaper than other European countries, given the low average salary in Kosovo, which is less than €500 per month.


    “Basically, you can get more for less: a very attractive and cheap labour force, the Euro, low taxes, a business-friendly environment, a cultural affinity with Western Europe, an EU-compatible legislation, the highest internet penetration in the region and, what’s more, an increasing number of IT graduates. It’s often been said that when it comes to outsourcing, Kosovo is the next little India in the heart of Europe,” says Hajrë Hyseni, CEO of Kosbit, a Kosovan IT outsourcing company.


    He believes both business processes and IT outsourcing have seen a huge increase in the last few years and it is very likely that the sector will continue to grow further.


    Making IT their goal


    “There’s going to be quite a lot of activity in that sector. I think there’s a lot of room for growth, especially on the outsourcing services side,” says Besian Mustafa, general director of Kosovo Investment and Enterprise Support Agency (KIESA) and he adds that the government has identified six priority sectors: ICT, wood and metal processing, agriculture, mining and the power generation infrastructure and is aiming to encourage foreign investors to locate to their capital and further help develop the industries.


    “We have adopted a reform package that includes structural and economic reforms with the key objective of promoting national productivity and production to increase the quality of our products. We also want to attract foreign direct investment and to improve our trade balance with other countries so that we can increase the number of jobs and economic stability,” Kosovo’s Prime Minister, Isa Mustafa, said during the Western Balkans Investment Summit organised by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in London, in February 2016.


    In the World Bank’s Doing Business 2016 report, Kosovo ranked 66th, 53 notches higher than five years earlier. According to the study The Opportunities for Foreign Investments in the Economy of Kosovo, published in May 2016, the country has attracted €1.5 billion of FDI so far. According to the business registry, there are about 4,000 companies with foreign and mixed ownership that have already used the opportunity to invest in Kosovo. Soon, the country may see even more foreign investors due to economic growth and the new law on strategic investment that Parliament is working on at the moment.


    Minister Bajrami told Emerging Europe that the economy did very well last year compared to the previous years.


    “In 2015 we had an economic growth of 3.6 per cent. We more than doubled incoming foreign direct investment and attracted €340 million, which is actually the best achievement since 2012, and we have tripled the number of foreign companies which registered in our country.” adds Ms Bajrami.


    The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (WIIW) expects the country’s GDP to increase by 3.9 per cent and 4.3 per cent in 2016 and 2017 respectively.


    Attracting more FDI

    “What we want to do now is to create a legal basis that will allow us to be competitive with our neighbouring countries. When we have a potential investor, we talk to them directly and we don’t have to go through procurement procedures which are very long. Of course, there are conditions; for example, a company has to prove that they have 60 per cent of the financial backup for a project in order to go into direct negotiations with the government,” Minister Bajrami explains.


    “After the law is passed, there will be a greater focus on large scale investment projects, mainly in power generation, infrastructure, agriculture and mining. These large scale projects will use existing natural resources,” says KIESA’s Mr Mustafa.


    Bekim Çollaku, Minister of European Integration, tells Emerging Europe that the most important aspect of the new law is that it will simplify the investment process. “Once it is adopted it will definitely attract foreign investors as well as successful businessmen from all over our diaspora to come to Kosovo,” the Minister adds.


    It is estimated that there are about 800,000 Kosovars living abroad, which makes them relevant and major players in Kosovo, especially when compared to the size of population living inside the country. There are now many ex-diaspora representatives coming back to Kosovo in order to help develop the country.


    The law was supposed to be introduced earlier this year, but Minister Bajrami explains that now “it is a matter of one or two more months, maximum.”


    More improvements in demand


    “We are a small country so we don’t expect medium-sized European companies to invest in Kosovo because of local consumption. We’re trying to position the country as a production destination for other markets. What we have is quality, good strategic geo-positioning within the Western Balkans and we’re also a bridge between Asia and Europe. Kosovo could play a key role in becoming a production/export hub for European companies who are faced with suddenly increased production costs in China and here they could produce locally within Europe, without having to pay all the business costs of European countries,” says KIESA’s Mr Mustafa.


    “Kosovo has a solid background when it comes to its legal framework, but more often than not, the implementation of laws is far from satisfactory,” says Robert Erzin, CEO of IPKO, which was founded in 1999 and has grown from a small internet service provider to become the country’s leading telecom in all the major business segments, and is now owned by Telekom Slovenije.


    “The country continues to have challenges when it comes to the implementation of laws, regulations and fair standards in regards to digital cable services, copyrights, public procurement law and other sub-legislations. Oftentimes, we are not satisfied with the pace with which court decisions are taken, the lack of implementation of a certain regulation or, as it the case with the Independent Media Commissioner, the partial implementation of the laws and the double standards that the regulator applies to various operators. We can sum up by saying that technology always moves faster than laws and their implementation and this fact slows the pace of market development, in general,” he adds.


    “FDI is a high priority for the government but it struggles to meet its objectives in this area for a number of reasons, some of which are perceptions and some of which are realities for foreign investors, for example the application of the rule of law, the recovery of debts, trust in the legal system and an unreliable infrastructure for the supply of basic utilities such as electricity and water,” says Raiffeisen’s Mr Wright.


    “FDI investment is essential to drive the country’s economy as well to improve the brand image of the country,” says Kosbit’s Mr Hyseni.


    As a foreigner working in Kosovo, Mr Wright sees that Kosovo has come a long way in a relatively short time.


    “During the recent past time there has been a lot of catching up to do and a considerable latent demand for a wide range of products and services. Overall this has been positive for Kosovo, but it has created a business environment of significant concentration, and even saturation, as many players try to take advantage of the short term opportunities,” he adds.


    He believes there is now a significant oversupply of petrol stations, supermarkets, property developers, coffee bars, restaurants and hotels. Kosovo also imports far too many goods and services and has the potential, now, to be self-sufficient in areas such as agriculture, meat and dairy products.


    Integrating with the Old Continent


    “Now that Kosovo is officially on the path to European integration, with the signing of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement earlier this year, the industrial profile of this country needs serious attention and restructuring to take advantage of the newer opportunities that exist, using the skills and abilities of the young population, the benefits of its geographic location and the significant export potential,” says Raiffeisen’s Mr Wright.


    “This integration has meant that many of the aspirations of the countries in the [Western Balkan] region have become real. Some of those aspirations are the intensification of security and stability in the region, intensification of corporation among the countries in the region in addressing their joint challenges,” Prime Minister Mustafa said in London.


    He believes EU integration will provide an opportunity to increase the skills of the country’s citizens, so that they can be more competitive in the region and in Europe. It will also enable the promotion of similar values to those being promoted by the European Union, enabling diversity and mobility.


    In early May, the European Commission proposed visa-free travel to the EU for the people of Kosovo who have biometric passports, thus facilitating person-to-person contact and strengthening business, social and cultural ties between the EU and Kosovo.

    Kosovo: A Population of Talented Young Entrepreneurs Waits at Europe?s Door - Emerging-Europe.com

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    Kosovo opens 5 mln euro plant for solar panels



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    PRISTINA (Kosovo), June 7 (SeeNews) - German solar technology firm J.v.G Thoma together with Kosovan partner J.v.G. Jaha Energy has launched a solar panel plant worth more than 5 million euro ($5.7 million) near Kosovo's capital Pristina, Jaha Energy said on Tuesday.

    The plant, which opened last week, has an annual capacity of 200,000 photovoltaic panels of 250 watt, a Jaha Energy official told SeeNews in an email.

    The new plant will manufacture DESERT solar panels, which are especially made for hot climate conditions. They have longer life span and produce more energy than usual solar panels.

    The plant has an area of 3,000 sq meters.

    According to local media, the plant has a staff of 50, but this number is expected to increase in the future.

    "We need to invest in such projects, which not only open new jobs, but are also environment-friendly and perspective for Kosovo, as well as have great export potential," parliament speaker Kadri Veseli said on Facebook on the occasion of the opening.
    Renewable energy industry news & intelligence

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    Fox Marble to be linchpin in €100mln Kosovo quarry initiative

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    Balkans quarry group Fox Marble PLC (LON:FOX) is at the centre of a new US-backed initiative to establish a major quarry industry in Kosovo.

    Stone Alliance, a company 59% owned by the AIM-listed group, is proposing to raise €100mln to establish a network of 40 quarries in Kosovo.

    Stone is US-based and has been granted commercial advocacy by the US Department of Commerce.

    Fox Marble will oversee technical and strategic planning, the implementation and quarry operations; as well as the initial marketing, sales and distribution platforms for all Stone Alliance products.

    Kosovo’s government wants to develop its marble deposits and Stone Alliance has reserved exploration licences for 40 quarries in the country.

    On 4 October, Stone Alliance signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Parliament of Kosovo, led by its President and Dr Mustafa's senior coalition Partner, President of Parliament Kadri Veseli.

    Stone Alliance will have to raise the €100mln necessary to develop the forty quarries.

    Fox Marble already has rights to extract marble from the from the Drini and Malesheva quarries, in Kosovo.

    Andrew Allner, Fox Marble's Chairman said: “The establishment of Stone Alliance as a subsidiary company of Fox Marble is a major development and provides a powerful structure for the future.

    "Fox Marble must now put this structure into operation and execute its plans.”

    Chris Gilbert, chief executive, added: “Fox Marble will provide all the practical expertise required to achieve the stated objectives of Stone Alliance and manage the business, which has rights to very attractive stone in 40 sites across the country.

    “Fox Marble will continue to build on its own successes in its quarries.”



    Fox Marble Holdings PLC to be linchpin in ?100mln Kosovo quarry initiative

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    Avrupa Minerals receives $661,500 from Warrant Exercise; Grants Options

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    Avrupa Minerals (TSXV:AVU) is pleased to announce that the Company has received $661,500 from the exercise of warrants and finders’ warrants that expired on September 24, 2016. The funds received from the exercise of these warrants will be used for further exploration and development of the Company’s mineral properties in Portugal and Kosovo.

    Avrupa has three active joint ventures, including two in Portugal with copper, zinc and tungsten, and one in Kosovo with gold and silver. In its short 6year life, Avrupa has managed to conduct drill programs every year. Those programs have led to the discovery of the gold project in Kosovo, where a pre-feasibility study is currently nearing completion, along with an update to the gold resource estimate, and the discovery of VMS mineralization containing significant copper, zinc and lead in southern Portugal.

    Avrupa also has other projects in Kosovo and Portugal where exploration programs are underway to prepare them for potential joint venture partners. Results from these programs will be announced as they come in.

    The Board of Directors has also approved the issuance of 1,575,000 stock options to its directors, officers and consultants to purchase common shares of the Company at an exercise price of $0.18 per share for a period of five years, expiring on September 26, 2021.

    Avrupa Minerals Ltd. is a growth-oriented junior exploration and development company focused on discovery, using a prospect generator model, of valuable mineral deposits in politically stable and prospective regions of Europe, including Portugal, Kosovo, and Germany.

    The Company currently holds nine exploration licenses in three European countries, including six in Portugal covering 3,821 km2, two in Kosovo covering 47 km2, and one in Germany covering 307 km2. Avrupa has three joint ventures, two in Portugal and one in Kosovo, including:

    The Alvalade JV, with Colt Resources, covering one license in the Iberian Pyrite Belt of southern Portugal, for Zn/Cu-rich massive sulfide deposits;
    The Covas JV, with Blackheath Resources, covering one license in northern Portugal, for intrusion-related W deposits; and
    Avrupa’s partner at the Slivovo Gold Project in Kosovo is presently advancing the Project by funding and operating a pre-feasibility study.
    Avrupa is currently upgrading precious and base metal targets to JV-ready status in a variety of districts on their other licenses, with the idea of attracting potential partners to project-specific and/or regional exploration programs.


    http://investingnews.com/daily/resource-investing/precious-metals-investing/gold-investing/avrupa-minerals-receives-661500-from-warrant-exercise-grants-options/

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    Neue Fleischfabrik für Skenderaj; Investor ist ein deutsch-holländisches Unternehmen mit Sitz in Hannover. 60 neue Arbeitsplätze werden dadurch geschaffen:



    Neue Fabrik zur Verarbeitung von Pilzen- und Waldfrüchten entsteht ebenfalls in Skenderaj durch Investition des bekannten kosovarischen Großunternehmers Bexhet Pacolli. Langfristig sollen in der Fabrik 320 neue Arbeitsplätze entstehen.



    Prishtina bekommt ein neues Kino mit 6 Kinosälen und einem Investitionsvolumen von 4,5 Mio Euro. Investor ist die bekannte österreichische Kinobetriebsgeschellschaft Cineplexx:



    In Junik ist währenddessen eine neue Fabrik zur Herstellung von Plastikrrohren. In der Fabrik entstehen 60 neue Arbeitsplätze. Selbiger Unternehmer aus dem Kosovo, der in Deutschland ebenfalls eigene Unternehmen führt, hat im Kosovo 5,5 Mio Euro investiert und beschäftigt über 120 Menschen.


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    Scampa, eines der großen Plastikhersteller im Kosovo, exportiert jetzt Müllbeutel und Tüten nach Deutschland und Schweden. Das Unternehmen entstand 2007 und weitet nun sein Export massiv aus dank der soliden Arbeitskraft, den niedrigen Lohnkosten und relativ günstigen Besteuerung im Land sowie der guten Qualität die das Unternehmen liefert. Durch die Unterzeichnung des Asozzierungsabkommen mit der EU ist nun auch der Export in die EU in bürokratischer Hinsicht wesentlich leichter.

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    Prof. Shukri Fetahu erhält von der Universität Prishtina und vom Premieminister Isa Mustafa Auszeichnungen für die Entwicklung der ersten heimischen Weizensaat, der sog. "Dardania1", die an das Klima und Bodenkultur des Kosovo angepasst wurde. Von der Pflanze erhoffen sich die Bauern mehr Ausbeute und somit mehr Gewinn.

    Shukri Fetahu merr mirënjohje për kultivimin e parë të grurit vendor

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    Rektori i Universitetit të Proshtinës, Prof. Dr. Marjan Dema ndan mirënjohje për profesorin e Fakultetit të Bujqësisë dhe Veterinarisë të Universitetit të Prishtinës Prof. Dr. Shukri Fetahu. Prof. Fetahu, pos punës së gjatë dhe të suksesshme në Universitetin e Prishtinës, tashmë ka arritur që të krijojë, regjistroj dhe licencoi kultivimin e parë vendor të grurit, të cilin e ka emëruar Dardani-1.

    Vlen të theksohet se krijimi i këtij kultivari është rezultat i punës shkencore të shumë viteve të cilën Prof. Fetahu e ka bërë me mjaft mund e përkushtim.

    Padyshim, që puna e prof. Fetahut llogaritet ndër arritjet më të mëdha shkencore të viteve të fundit në Universitetin e Prishtinës ndërkohë që do të jetë model për punë dhe aktivitete të tjera shkencore nga fusha në fjalë.

    Tashmë Kosova e ka varietetin e vet të grurit, të krijuar në kushtet tona agroekologjike.
    Kryeministri takohet me zbuluesin e kultivarit të grurit - Lajme nga Ekonomia - KosovaPress

    Shukri Fetahu merr mirënjohje për kultivimin e parë të grurit vendor | Bujqesia.org

    In Ferizaj erföffnet eine neue Fabrik zur Herstellung von Weizen- und Keksprodukten. Kundenziel sind Großbäckereien und Lebensmittelmärkte



    Großunternehmer und Ex-Präsident des Landes Bexhe Pacolli erföffnet ebenfalls in Ferizaj eine neue Fabrik zur Metallverarbeitung. Sein Unternehmen "Mabetex" investiert in das Unternehmen 20 Millionen Euro und stellt 350 neue Mitarbeiter ein.

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    Fabrikë e re e ?Mabetex?-it në Ferizaj

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