BELGRADE -- Chinese companies have sent 18 letters of interest related to the sale of 11 Serbian companies that include agricultural and industrial enterprises.
BELGRADE -- Serbia would have to spend between EUR 350 and 400 million on the Belgrade-Budapest railroad, Deputy Prime Minister Zorana Mihajlovic has said.
BELGRADE -- Pparliament has received the 2015 budget bill, which projects the next year's revenue at RSD 924.4 billion and expenditure at around RSD 1,083 billion.
BELGRADE -- Delegations of Serbia and China have signed 13 agreements and memorandums regarding infrastructure, transport, finances, agriculture and telecommunications.
BELGRADE -- Bulgaria has no intention of stopping the South Stream project, Bulgaria's Minister of Economy Bozidar Lukarski has said in Belgrade.
BELGRADE -- China's PM Keqiang has said his country will establish a new investment fund worth USD 3 billion available to Central and Eastern European countries (CEEC).
BELGRADE -- Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic opened the 4th Economic Forum of China and 16 Central and Eastern European nations in Belgrade on Tuesday afternoon.
BELGRADE -- Former Yugoslav countries can expect significant Chinese investments in infrastructure, as the path leading China to the EU market, says Vladimir Gligorov.
BELGRADE -- The government has adopted an agreement on a second phase in upgrading Thermal Power Plants and Mines Kostolac (TE-KO Kostolac), in eastern Serbia.
BELGRADE -- Given the circumstances, it is only logical for the currency of a country such as Serbia to drop in the mid- and long-run, says Nebojsa Savic.
BELGRADE -- The Serbian government adopted on Monday the 2015 budget bill draft that projects RSD 924.4 billion of revenue and RSD 1,083 billion in expenditure.
BELGRADE -- "Invest in Serbia - a country with qualified, yet cheap labor" is the essence of an ad broadcast on CNN, paid for by the Serbian Chamber of Commerce (PKS).
BELGRADE -- Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Mihajlovic says she is "proud of the fact Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic is received by the greatest statesmen of the world."
China's Prime Minister Li Keqiang says the Third Meeting of Heads of Government and China and Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs) will produce the Belgrade Guidelines, which will propose a number of initiatives to strengthen all-round cooperation.
"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."