According to IRAN STONE NEWS ,Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Macedonia and Serbia are countries in the Central Balkan area expecting to join the EU and some of Italy’s proximity markets with the highest potential. Starting from Albania, whose nearness to, and close economic and commercial relations With, Italy – plus its government’s great desire to fully integrate with Europe make the country especially interesting for Italian companies working in sectors strategic to the country, like infrastructure and tourism. Bosnia Herzegovina (located in the heart of Central-Western Europe), given its strategic position plays a special role in the overall panorama of European transport line development. In fact, the country’s policy is concentrated on infrastructure for road, rail and air transport. Macedonia is also a country whose economy is constantly growing, with a European integration process that is well underway and given further impetus by its newly constituted government. Here, too, the sectors of most interest are infrastructure and building. Serbia, finally, is a market of 8 million inhabitants with a bustling economy and regulations aimed at opening to EU companies, making it a strategic hub for other countries in the region as well as for Russia and Turkey, with which it has free trade agreements. In Serbia, too, sectors of interest are infrastructure and property development.