German electronic giant Siemens will invest in a software development center in Macedonia.
Siemens's regional manager for development, Vasilis Kastanis, and the Macedonian vice-prime minister in charge of economic issues, Zoran Stavrevski, announced this today in Skopje.
The software center, which will be located in Skopje, plans to employ 10 to 20 persons in the initial stage of the project, Kastanis said.
According to Stavrevski, opening of the Siemens's software center stands as a proof of increasing interest of the foreign companies to invest in Macedonia.
"We expect for the software development center in Macedonia to grow and to supply large portion of Siemens's demand", Stavrevski said.
He expressed hopes for broadening of the cooperation with Siemens to the fields spanning transportation and healthcare.
Kastanis underlined that his company has great confidence in Macedonia's potentials.
"The facility to be set up in Macedonia will be part of the company's global network, spread across 190 countries throughout the world", Kastanis said.