Market access

As a logistics base, Montenegro is a perfect point on the map for companies that export their products to the EU, Southeast Europe and the Middle East. The possibility of transport by land, air and sea guarantees unique access to markets and delivery of all products on time.

“Customers from the UK get our products that we produce in Montenegro on time.” Mr. Kiminori Shigemitsu, President of Daido Metal, a Japanese company operating in Montenegro in the automotive sector

Montenegro is a signatory to 6 multilateral free trade agreements: Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA), European Free Trade Association (EFTA), and Free Trade Agreement with Russia, Free Trade Agreement with Ukraine, Free Trade Agreement with Turkey, as and the Stabilization and Association Agreement with the EU.

These contracts allow Montenegrin exporters access to markets of nearly a billion consumers

Statistical Review of Foreign Direct Investment

The total inflow of Foreign Direct Investment in Montenegro since the restoration of the independence in 2006 until 31.12.2023 amounted to 13.8 billion €, according to the Central Bank of Montenegro.

The total inflow of FDI from 2019 to 2023 amounted to 4.38 billion €. Of that amount, 859.9 million € was invested in domestic companies and banks, 1.7 billion inflows were registered in the form of intercompany debt, 1.48 billion was invested in the real estate sector, and 296.9 million in the rest.

In this five-year period most investments were made from the following countries:

FDI Inflow 2019-2023 by countries (%)

Total inflow of FDI in Montenegro since restoration of independence until the end of 2023

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