Serbia on Forbes’ list of TOP 5 “HIDDEN DESTINATIONS”

Serbia is among five European countries that American magazine Forbes pointed out as perfect for travelers who are looking for non mainstream travel destinations.

For those who have already traveled to Western Europe, Forbes recommends considering a trip to one of the less reputed countries of the eastern, northern or southern Europe. The magazine promises a unique experience in these countries rich in natural beauty and exciting history.

Among the plenty of treasures in Serbia, Forbes especially emphasizes natural hot springs and world-class spas such as Vrnjačka and Ribarska banja, which have ...

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DFC OFFICE OPENED IN BELGRADE

With quality cheap labor, low taxes and business costs, as well as the possibility of receiving government subsidies and other benefits alongside the recent decision of the American Financial Corporation for International Development (DFC) to open its office in the capital, Serbia received yet another confirmation that it is fertile soil for foreign investors.

Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic and Executive Director of the US Financial Corporation for International Development (DFC) Adam Bohler opened the office of this US development agency ...

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Serbia continues to improve its profile as a top investment destination

Serbia’s progress in 2016

As we are reaching the end of 2016 we take a look back into the progress Serbia has made during the course of this year. The European Union still remains a confident and consistent partner of Serbia, consisting of 82% of the total foreign direct investments into the country: Serbia’s largest partner by share is Italy, then Austria and closely followed by France. Confidence in the Serbian market keeps increasing, as more investors look towards Serbia as ...

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