1. I wonder how much of that 1 billion goes to Serbia (after subsidies ofc.) and how much to Fiat.
    (1+1=3, 28 August 2014 01:59)

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  2. (Comm. Parrisson, 26 August 2014 19:01)

    Again Commie parrison perpetuating the idea that Serbia must somehow choose between economic cooperation with Russia or with the West. Somehow, Fiat's success in Serbia is an indication that Russian businesses have no place in Serbia (?!).. how the two are even connected, I don't know.

    Yes, cars are currently not in the Free trade agreement with Russia but many things are. Yes the FTA is very important just as one would be if the USA granted Serbia a list of goods that can be exempt from tariffs. Unfortunately, that is not going to happen any time soon.

    So because you have a irrational, unexplainable sense of Russophobia, let's stall Serbia's economic progress. Because you suffer from the very untreatable condition of nonsensical EUphoria, Serbia should not do something that is in its clear economic interest and that's at least try to boost imports to Russia. Yes of course there are challenges in terms of boosting production, so F it, let's not even attempt it.


    Because any day now, the unelected Lords of Brussels will call Serbia's name to join the centrally planned EUSSR. Just in time for one more rat to jump ON the ship before it hits the iceberg.
    (Ari Gold, 27 August 2014 09:17)

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  3. "Serbia’s biggest exporter in the first seven months of this year was Kragujevac-based company Fiat Automobili Srbija"

    And if you look at the numbers, it seems like Fiat Serbia's export have more value than then goods produced by the next 9 biggest exporters summed up.

    And, just to remind the readers, cars are exempted from the often mentioned oh-so important Serbia-Russian free trade agreement.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 26 August 2014 19:01)

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