Ivan Ivanović returned to our TV screens on April 5th when his new show had its premiere on Nova S TV channel. A day after the premiere, we met with Ivanović at his restaurant in Vračar and exchanged impressions about … Continue reading
We are talking to Director of SIGMA Kula, Dragan Kapičić about the company’s plans and its 30th anniversary of successful operations.
There are many US companies operating in Serbia, and they are all assembled around AmCham. We are talking to the President of AmCham, Jelena Pavlović about how these companies view the business environment in Serbia, how to expedite our country’s … Continue reading
Serbian business people, especially those who are already successful in the domestic and ex-Yugoslav markets, are taking a determined step forward in the EU market, mostly the Austrian one, because of the potential for expanding their business to Germany and … Continue reading
”I believe that the improvement of the bilateral relations between Serbia and the United States is in the best interest of the Serbian citizens because it implies stability, more investments and support for the reforms that we are implementing as … Continue reading
Georgia opened a consulate in Serbia, which is the beginning of even better cooperation. H.E. Ioseb Nanobashvili, Ambassador of Georgia to Athens and Belgrade talks about further plans and areas for cooperation.
Serbia is considered one of the most abundant biodiversity areas in the world, but little has been said about it. Two years ago, the Minister of Environmental Protection, Goran Trivan took upon himself to rectify this, which, in his own … Continue reading
What role do the EU and Germany play in the renewal of the Belgrade-Priština dialogue, given the stronger presence of the United States in the process? Will the format of the dialogue stay the same, or will it be changed? … Continue reading
Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development, Mladen Šarčević expects that this year’s PISA results of students in Serbia will be better than at the last testing in 2012, and that we will jump a few places on the rankings, … Continue reading
“The Mixed Committee for Economic Cooperation between Egypt and Serbia, led by Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Ivica Dacic, and Foreign Minister Shukri from Egypt, will meet in Cairo for the first time in 10 years, which is an important step … Continue reading
„Croatia remains committed to bolstering good neighbourly cooperation and developing biletaral relations. I will personally continue to invest a lot of effort to that end,“ says H.E. Gordan Bakota, Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to Serbia. Among other things, … Continue reading
Although the state authorities have managed to remove many obstacles to better functioning of companies and easier life for the citizens, new edition of the Grey book shows that there is still a long way to go.
“Not even the internal upheaval in Germany and France, or the fact that Europe is preoccupied with elections should slow us down, or deter us from accomplishing our goals. We are listening intently to the messages coming from Brussels and … Continue reading
Zahi Hawass is one of the most rewnowned and popular Egyptians. Even the great actor Omar Sharif said once that the only fellow countryman that was more popular than him was Zahi Hawass.
Observing the reactions from the majority of our members and the members of other chambers, our general impression is that the most of the existing investors would re-invest in the Serbian economy, if they were given a chance, if the … Continue reading
In a particularly challenging phase of the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, we spoke with the H.E. Philippe Gérald Guex, Swiss Ambassador to Serbia, about the possible solutions to bring confidence and trust back on track in this dialogue. It … Continue reading
Although there may not be as many French companies as we would have liked in the Serbian market, this year was undoubtedly the year of good news – from the return of AirFrance to the Serbian market to seven small … Continue reading
Since 2010, France became progressively the 7th biggest foreign investor in Serbia, which has been strongly contributing to the Serbian growth and export. Positive economic prospects are complimenting long term friendship and strong bilateral relations.
First to change things, first to become stable Tunisia was the first country to spark the Arab Spring and the first to deal with the consequences of it, while profiling itself as the most democratic Arab country, together with Lebanon. … Continue reading
The Ministry’s plans for 2019 are closely related to the resolution of the aforementioned issues in regard to social inclusion of citizens and families who are faced with difficulties in exercising their basic existential rights.