Bosnia and Herzegovina is a Balkan peninsula mountainous country. Literacy, education, and life expectancy are all high in the country. Sarajevo, the country’s capital and one of the region’s fastest-growing cities, uses the currency konvertibilna marka (BAM). Bosnia and Herzegovina has a good business climate, a well-educated workforce, low taxes, and a number of bilateral free trade agreements. Bosnia and Herzegovina has one of the most competitive and rapidly rising economies in Southeast Europe. Through Free Trade Zones, the government encourages a variety of investments (FTZ).
Foreign Direct Investment
Foreign investors may control an entity and are free to invest in the following areas and generate jobs under Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Foreign Direct Investment Policy (Official Gazette of B&H, 17/98, 13/03, 48/10, and 22/15). Real estate may also be freely held by foreign investors.
- Metals industry • Service sector
- Real estate
- Oil and Energy
- Research and Development
Short stay visa C visa/ Long stay D visa / Residence permit
After 5 years of living.
After 8 years of living