Montenegro to invest €100m into ski tourism

Montenegro to invest €100m into ski tourism

Published at: 2019-04-02 09:34 | Author: CIJ Serbia
The Montenegrin government is planning to invest €100m into the country’s ski tourism industry. A €9m agreement was already signed to build a new cableway at the Zarski ski center on Bjelasica Mountain, while another €1.5m agreement was signed for the construction of a new base station in Mojkovac. The government is already preparing tenders for new projects. It plans to invest about €7m in each of the country’s six ski centers.

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