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13 May 2022

Project achievements presented on the occasion of closure of the 21st Century Programme

As part of the “21st Century Schools “programme, one of the largest regional education programmes on the Western Balkans, a national coding challenge with the use of micro:bit was organized yesterday. The programme is funded by the UK government and implemented by the British Council. Program achievements were presented on the occasion of the closure […]

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28 Feb 2022

AmCham elects new Board of Governors

In the next two years, AmCham Serbia will be led by a new Board of Governors, headed by Stefan Lazarevic, General Manager of NCR Serbia. Choosing from a set of strong candidates, AmCham’s Annual General Meeting elected the new President of the Board and Governors. Ivan Miletić, of Philip Morris International, will serve as First Vice President; Ronald Seeliger, of Hemofarm, will […]

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16 Dec 2021

The 9th Lap Time Conference: AmCham members expect growth and greater investment

Strengthening judiciary and rule of law, reducing corruption, continuing expansion of e-government and improving administration, and fostering collaboration between public and private healthcare remain key reforms for business recovery in 2022 Businesses’ plans for growth are more positive than one year ago. As many as seven out of ten (70 percent) AmCham members now expect […]

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17 Nov 2021

Click Safe, Buy Authentic: new campaign aims to help online shoppers stay safe and choose legal seller

In 2021, more online orders were paid for in dinars than in all other currencies put together when compared to the same period of 2020. The growth of e-commerce has been accompanied by an increase in illicit selling online, so consumer education should complement oversight improvements. The Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications, AmCham, and […]

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15 Nov 2021

Foreign Investors Council presented the White Book 2021

The Foreign Investors Council presented the White Book 2021 to the highest Government officials and marked its 19th anniversary. The presentation of this year’s edition was attended by numerous representatives of state bodies, embassies, as well as the stakeholder community. The White Book, written by FIC members, is the major product by which, for almost […]

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15 Oct 2021
Bloomberg News

Bloomberg Adria, the First Multi-Platform Business News Brand for Southeast Europe to Launch in 2022

Bloomberg Media and Mtel Swiss – a broadcaster majority-owned by Telekom Srbija – today announced an agreement to create Southeast Europe’s first pan-regional, multi-platform business news network, with hubs in Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and North Macedonia. Launching in 2022, Bloomberg Adria will serve business and financial news, analysis and data to the […]

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23 Sep 2021

National Centre for Serbian Sign Language Interpreting opens

24 hours, 7 days a week, for 70,000 users Belgrade, 23 September 2021 – The National Centre for Serbian Sign Language Interpreting with video relay service was ceremoniously opened today, as the first of its kind in Serbia, available 24 hours, 7 days a week, for all users in Serbia, and those passing through the […]

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25 Aug 2021
Komercijalna banka

Komercijalna banka’s business results for the first half of 2021

High capital adequacy and growth in all key business segments Belgrade, August 25th, 2021 – High capital adequacy and progress in all key business segments – assets growth of EUR 180 million, or 5%, increase in lending activity of EUR 55 million, which is almost 3.5%, as well as the growth of deposits of more […]

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11 May 2021

AmCham CEO briefing: Macroeconomic and business trends

The Serbian economy is recovering at a rapid pace, thanks to the global rebound and fiscal and monetary policy incentives. Q1 2021 output figures suggest a more successful year and growth projections are favourable. AmCham members are noticeably more optimistic in their 2021 forecasts due to the global rebound and local fiscal and monetary incentives. […]

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