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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 …
16. September 2017

Dacic and Hahn "on current issues in Serbia-EU relations"

First Deputy PM and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic has met with the EU Commissioner for Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes …
16. September 2017

"More EU chapters could be opened this year"

Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic and EU Commissioner For Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn met in Belgrade on …
11. September 2017

British investors interested in Serbia’s energy sector

British companies are interested in increasing their presence in Serbia's mining sector, according to British Ambassador to Serbia Denis …
06. September 2017

Dacic "hopes Serbia will join EU before EU falls apart"

Asked to comment on EU's enlargement policy, Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said that enlargement was good not only for Serbia, but also for …
02. September 2017

PM, businesspeople talk "monetary policy and strong dinar"

PM Ana Brnabic has announced a meeting with representatives of the National Bank of Serbia and businesspeople "to discuss monetary policy and a …
02. September 2017

GDP grows 1.3 percent in second quarter

Serbia's GDP grew in real terms and year-on-year by 1.3 percent in the second quarter, Beta has reported, citing the state Statistical …
02. September 2017

Education and digitization, government's "main priorities"

1,407 secondary school students on Friday received plaques for the results achieved in competitions in Serbia and abroad in 2016. On the first …

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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
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Qualification of the workforce and the managerial staff

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