Latest Business News from Serbia
24 Feb 10
The Serbian government and the IMF mission have reached an agreement for the third revision of the standby agreement, enabling Serbia to withdraw the third tranche of its loan worth €350 million.
23 Feb 10
Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Bozidar Djelic said that the Swedish furniture giant Ikea could open its first shopping centre in Belgrade next year.
23 Feb 10
The European Commission agreed on Monday to extend a preferential trade pact between the EU and seven Western Balkan countries for a further five years.
05 Feb 10
Serbia's state-owned gas company, Srbijagas, and Russia's Gazprom have signed a contract on establishing a joint company that will provide underground gas storage.
01 Feb 10
Opposition parties and experts accuse Kosovo’s government of agreeing too high a price for the new Vermice-Merdare highway, and diverting the route to benefit senior officials.
28 Jan 10
The Rubin factory in the Serbian town of Krusevac has delivered its first shipment of 20 tons of Serbian cognac, vodka and wine to Iraq as part of a newly signed contract.
25 Jan 10
Serbia and Macedonia’s economies may benefit from a rebound in metals prices and see steady growth in the coming two years, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, EBRD, said.
22 Jan 10
Serbia's telecommunication agency, RTA, made a decision on Friday to give a license to Norwegian company Telenor to operate the country's second landline.
21 Jan 10
Serbia's central bank Governor Radovan Jelasic said the country's economy has emerged from the global financial crisis, citing a rise in bank lending and expectations for 1.5 per cent economic growth this year.
21 Jan 10
Albania has region’s freest economy, Bosnia the least free, while Bulgaria is sole country in region whose score has dropped.
18 Jan 10
Serbia's Minister of Economy and Regional Development Mladjan Dinkic on Monday confirmed his government's policy that there will be no salary increases in the public sector, despite an earlier announcement by the government that it will increase wages in the electricity sector.
07 Jan 10
Serbia's government has launched a public tender for the construction of the 110 kilometre long northern branch of the pan-European Corridor 10 highway.
07 Jan 10
The Serbian dinar hit its lowest levels since the euro was introduced Wednesday after losing value for a third day in a row.
30 Dec 09
Popova Sapka is located in the northwestern part of Macedonia, and is one of the most popular winter ski resorts in the country.
23 Dec 09
Serbia's Minister of Economy and Regional Development, Mladjan Dinkic, and the Vice President of Fiat Group, Alfredo Altavila, on Wednesday signed an annex to the contract on founding Fiat Automobiles Serbia.