Share This: Morocco and Serbia maintain harmonious relations in politics and they think about the future progress in economy and tourism, with the hope that the Serbians and Moroccan will know each other better after the establishment of the direct … Continue reading
Share This: The Foreign Investors Council presented the White Book 2018 to the highest Government officials and stakeholder community. The White Book, written by FIC members, is the major product by which, for more than a decade, FIC gives recommendations … Continue reading
Share This: JUBMES banka takes the first place in the Serbian banking sector, in respect with the achieved growth rate of balance sheet amount, deposits and other liabilities towards customers as well as with return on assets recorded in the … Continue reading
Share This: In anticipation of the World Savings Day, Telenor Bank is able to save more with an interest rate of 4% for term deposit at 12 months and 3.6% for term deposit for 6 months.
Share This: On the Doing Business list of the World Bank for ease of doing business for 2019, Serbia took the 48th position among 190 countries, which represents a fall of five places compared to last year, announced at the … Continue reading
Share This: In anticipation of the Savings Week, NLB Bank prepared special benefits for its depositors, which will be valid until the end of 2018.
Share This: On the occasion of the Savings Week, AIK Bank enabled the depositors to deposit their money for a period of 12, 25 or 36 months, with very attractive nominal interest rates, with the action offer of FLEXIBLE SECURITIES … Continue reading
Share This: Belgrade, October 25th 2018 – V+O COMMUNICATION has been awarded once again at this year’s IPRA Golden World Awards (GWA), the most important PR awards, organized annually by the International Public Relations Association (IPRA). Having been honored with … Continue reading
Share This: NLB Bank has enabled its customers to use the most modern electronic and mobile banking platform.
Share This: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and Banca Intesa signed an agreement about a line of credit in the amount of EUR 15 million for financing energy efficiency projects of companies and municipalities in Serbia.