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30. December 2016

Moody's sees "robust economic growth" in Serbia

The U.S. credit rating agency Moody's has announced it expected Serbia's general government fiscal deficit to be 2.3 pct in 2016. This will come …
30. December 2016

PM expects economy to grow 4 percent in 2017

The government's goal is to take economic growth to four percent in 2017, "which will prove that Serbia is becoming a successful country." Serbian …
08. December 2016

"Srebrenica crime was committed by traitor to Serbs"

Radovan Karadzic has given his first interview to Serbian media after he was sentenced to 40 years for genocide in Srebrenica and crimes against …
07. December 2016

Decision on elections "in late January or early February"

Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic has said that "nobody will play with (early parliamentary) elections unless there is a dire need." Vucic made the …
07. December 2016

Man arrested for threatening PM's daughter in online comment

A 28-year-old man, M. R., has been arrested on suspicion of making threats against members of Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic's family. These …
07. December 2016

U.S. Senate committee backs Montenegro in NATO resolution

The U.S. Senate Foreign Affairs Committee has unanimously supported a resolution on the ratification of a protocol on Montenegro's' accession to …
06. December 2016

"Stable, solid funding, realistic budget"

"We have secured stable and solid funding, and this is the best-tailored budget, while also being a realistic one," says Serbian PM Aleksandar …
06. December 2016

Dacic, Hahn: Agreement on chapters possible next week

Ivica Dacic and Johannes Hahn say they expect an agreement could be reached next week on the opening of new negotiation chapters in Serbia's EU …
06. December 2016

Serbian minister receives death threats from Croatia, via FB

A Facebook user registered as Hrovoje Juric has used the website to send death threats to Serbian cabinet minister Aleksandar Vulin. TV Most is …
06. December 2016

Karadzic submits 238-page appeal against Hague conviction

Former RS President Radovan Karadzic on Monday appealed a conviction by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). The …

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Which are the main Economic challenges for Serbia on its track to the European Union and to achieve an European standard of life?

Actual global economic and financial crisis
Corruption and bureaucracy
Dependence of Serbian economy from foreign investments
Devaluation of Dinar, the national currency
High inflation
Infrastructure and living conditions
Political challenges through the existing political system
Qualification of the workforce and the managerial staff

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