- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- All Balkan Countries
Fiat plant in Serbia plans to start exporting 3,000 vehicles a month to America, marking a return of Serbia-made cars to the US after a three-decade absence.
German investors in Serbia are mostly keen to expand their business activities in the country, a new survey show.
A codesharing agreement between the national carriers from Serbia and United Arab Emirates will enrich the offer of flights from Belgrade.
One of the most popular online money transfer and payment services is now available in Serbia, a country where Internet shopping remains a minority pasttime.
Belgrade airport has introduced its summer timetable which offers new flights to Greek islands.
Serbia’s state electricity company will start cutting off supplies to consumers who fail to reschedule their debts.
Six retail chains in Serbia have cuts their prices to help shore up people's tumbling living standards.
The European Commission wants to investigate whether Serbia's decision to subsidize the Fiat plant in Kragujevac is in line with its interim EU trade deal.
Egis Rail of France has offered Belgrade a number of models for the new metro network as part of its feasibility study.
As Cyprus crisis worsens, secretary of Serbian banks association says Belgrade should compile a list of Serbian savers and help those most in need.
As the two neighbours firm up their economic ties, new agreements are expected to follow in June.
The organisation Global Financial Integrity has ranked Serbia worst of all Balkan countries when it comes to illegal financial flows.
Within two years, Belgrade is due to get four new major retail centres, significantly boosting the range of temptations on offer.
After America’s FAA completed its initial inspection of Serbia’s aviation, Serbia hopes the US will allow Belgrade to launch direct flights by year’s end.
Belgrade said the United Arab Emirates has agreed a series of deals worth several hundred million euro to help revive Serbia’s tattered economy.
Two Swedish brands, the furniture giant Ikea and the retail-clothing company H&M, have confirmed they are opening stores in Belgrade this year and next.
To keep its reform policy credible for investors, the government must find common ground with the IMF and look for a new arrangement, experts say.
Conference hears calls for further action to prevent hate speech from spreading on the internet.