BELGRADE -- Balkan countries should decide in the next few months on how to get their gas once the agreement on transport of Russian gas via Ukraine expires in four years.
BELGRADE -- The 22th Kopaonik Business Forum, “Serbia 2015-2030: New Vision for Industrialization of the Economy and Modernization of the Society,” will begin on Tuesday.
BELGRADE -- Serbia has made great progress in harmonizing energy sector regulations with EU standards, Energy Minister Aleksandar Antic and EC officials have concluded.
BELGRADE -- Serbia's GDP at constant prices in 2014, obtained as the sum of four quarters, decreased by 1.8 percent, compared to 2013, the Statistical Office said.
BELGRADE -- Serbia and Great Britain are strengthening their political and economic cooperation, it was said during the ”Creating Strategic Partnerships” conference.
BELGRADE -- Serbian citizens "have no reason for concern" over gas deliveries as the country has three to four months' worth of supplies, Aleksandar Antic said on Thursday.
BELGRADE -- Serbian exports to the EU increased by more than 70 pct from 2010 to 2014, since the start of the implementation of the Stabilization and Accession Agreement.
BELGRADE -- Banks will have to offer their clients the option to convert Swiss franc-indexed housing loans to euro-denominated loans.
BELGRADE -- The tendency of increase of Serbia's public debt reported in January "will not continue in February," Finance Minister Dusan Vujovic has said.
BELGRADE -- Dusan Vujovic said on Tuesday the fundamental goal of the new three-year arrangement with the IMF was to reduce the public debt share in GDP by 2017.
BELGRADE -- The arrangement with the IMF is a positive signal for potential investors looking to place their funds in Serbia, the central bank (NBS) has said.
BELGRADE -- Consumer prices in Serbia fell 0.2 percent in January, according to a release from the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia (RZS).
U.S. expert on the Balkans Daniel Serwer recently published an analysis of the media scene in Serbia, regarding claims of censorship and stifling of media freedoms.
"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."
The secretary-general on the United Nations on January 30 filed his new report on the work of the Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK).