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16. October 2017

President won't rule out early parliamentary vote in 2018

In an interview with the daily Vecernje Novosti, President Aleksandar Vucic would not rule out rule out the possibility of early parliamentary …
16. October 2017

Government to increase pensions and public sector wages

A five percent increase in pensions will be implemented in Serbia starting January 1, while public sector salaries will grow ten percent. Prime …
03. October 2017

Serbia launches "Center for Digital Agriculture"

The Serbian government is "doing everything in its power to keep young people in Serbia, but also so that those who left the country would …
02. October 2017

Biggest progress made in macroeconomic indicators - NBS

Just like a year ago, Serbia made the biggest progress in WEF's Global Competitiveness Index (GCI) in terms of macroeconomic indicators (by 31 …
02. October 2017

Serbia moves up in Global Competitiveness Index

Serbia is up 12 places in the latest the World Economic Forum's 2017 Global Competitiveness Index (GCI). Serbia ranks 78th out of 138 countries, …
02. October 2017

Serbia supports Spain's territorial integrity - FM

Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said on Sunday that Serbia firmly supports the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Spain, as well as its …
26. September 2017

"Domestic currency should not have strengthened this much"

Economics professor Dejan Soskic says the main reason behind the strong Serbian dinar (RSD) is the country's restrictive monetary policy. "We had …
25. September 2017

Serbian defense minister at NATO HQ: We won't join NATO

Serbian Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin visited NATO headquarters in Brussels on Friday, where he met with NATO Deputy Secretary General Rose …
21. September 2017

Serbia and IMF to continue talks about hiking salaries

Talks about increasing public sector wages and pensions in Serbia will continue in the weeks ahead, the IMF has said in a statement. "Economic …
21. September 2017

Defense minister to travel to NATO HQ - and then to Moscow

Serbia wants cooperation with NATO, but it should be made clear to everyone we will not become a member of this or any military alliance, says …

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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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