BELGRADE -- Foreign shareholders of the former Agrobanka said in a statement that their issue was "among the most important" when Aleksandar Vučić was recently interviewed.
BELGRADE -- Russian President Vladimir Putin has decided to cut gas deliveries to Serbia by 28 percent, writes the Belgrade-based daily Danas.
BELGRADE -- Serbia's Privatization Agency has invited all interested parties to submit letters of interest for the privatization of Železara Smederevo steel mill.
LONDON -- Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić said that the Serbian government is resolved to privatize the public telecommunications company Telekom Serbia.
LONDON -- Aleksandar Vučić opened on Wednesday an investment conference in London, stressing that the government embarked on reforms with a clear objective.
WASHINGTON -- The World Bank has issued a prognosis of business conditions around the world for 2015 and ranked Serbia 91st out of 189 countries.
LONDON -- Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić conferred in London on Tuesday with Goldman Sachs top managers for Europe concerning Serbia's fiscal consolidation measures.
BELGRADE -- Minister of Trade Rasim Ljajić has told Tanjug that construction of a diary in Šabac has been agreed with the Turkish company Itimat.
LONDON -- Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić gave a lecture at the London School of Economics on Monday to say that Serbia "is a unique market for investors."
BELGRADE -- The budget revision shows that the actual deficit in 2014 will be RSD 300 billion, rather than the 225 billion provided in the revised budget.
"In crafting our new federal kingdom, we will have a lot of international experience to draw on. One of the many peculiarities of Britain is that, while repeatedly spurning federalism, it has both left behind numerous federations across the English-speaking
"We can disagree over the status (of Kosovo) for the next 200 years, but that does not mean that we should hate each other, that we should not do business with each other."
On the occasion of International Day to End Impunity (IDEI), marked on November 2, the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has published, as part of a global campaign to combat impunity, a special report entitled "The Road to Justice."