Tourism & Agriculture

Tourism is one of the most important sectors that generates a considerable amount of revenues into the state’s budget. According to the Travel and Tourism Economic Impact 2018 report of World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), including indirect multiplicative effects, the total contribution of tourism is almost three times higher by 3.47bln$, compromising about 26.2% of GDP, positioning this sector as one of the main contributors in economic growth.

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Agriculture

Agriculture is one of the most dominant sectors of economy with a significant growth potential that makes it the fundamental source of income and employment in Albania. In the third quarter of 2018, the Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries’ activity have contributed by +0.15 % in the growth of 3.81% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP)...

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Transport and Infrastructure

The Transportation and Infrastructure Sector, Procedures and steps to follow in the responsible institutions. The information is elaborated in co-operation with ADISA. The transportation and Infrastructure Sector is one of the most approachable sectors for investments, therefore the Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy in co-operation...

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Energy & Mining

Albania has a great potential in hydroelectric energy. Water resources are among the most important natural resources in Albania. The main lakes, rivers and small streams, as well the hydrographic territory of Albania with about 700 m above sea level, offer a considerable potential for investments. Meanwhile, the mineral deposits in Albania include chromium (32.8 million tons), copper (53 million tons), iron-nickel (220 million tons), limestone, sandstone, asphalt, natural bitumen, decorative limestone and massive decorative sandstone...

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Manufacture

The manufacture sector in Albania is powerful and dynamic, thanks to the various successful enterprises’ activities in the textile and footwear industry. Through this vast experience and workforce, Albania offers a significant potential to increase its economic diversity and to advance its activity from textile and footwear industry to the automotive industry...

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BPO Sector

The BPO sector in Albania has shown steady growth and currently employs around 35,000 professionals in more than 400 firms. Tirana is the epicenter of BPO in Albania, followed by Durrës, Shkodra and Vlora. Qualitative workforce is one of the main conditions for BPO development. The vast majority of Albanians employed in this...

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