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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New French investments expected in Serbia after visit by Prime Minister

The Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic has completed a three day visit to the French capital of Paris. During his stay, Prime Minister Vucic has met with several political leaders as well as French company representatives to discuss the many ways these two countries may continue to improve their already long standing relationship.

Aleksandar Vucic, during his stay has met with the president of the French Senate Gerard Larcher, president of the National Assembly Claude Bartolone, French Prime MinisterManuel Valls and ...

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Further Investment into Serbia’s growth

The vice-president of the European Investment Bank (EIB) Dario Scannapieco and the Serbian Finance Minister Dusan Vujovic have signed a loan agreement in benefit of Serbia in the amount totaling 150 mil euro. This agreement is part of a broader and previously made agreement from July 2013 where the EIB agreed to invest 500 mil euro into Serbia over the course of several years. This last installment targets small and medium sized enterprises (SME’s) within Serbia. Vujovic hopes that this ...

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