Minister of Finance in the Government of the Republic of Serbia, Sinisa Mali, today spoke in Belgrade with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Delegation, led by James Rouf.
Serbian MF, Siniša Mali, participated in the meeting of the Ministers of Economy within the framework of the Berlin Process, and emphasised that digitisation was one of the priorities of the Government of the Republic of Serbia, and that much … Continue reading
A hotel from the Hilton chain was ceremonially opened in Belgrade.
With the official ceremony of laying the foundation officially started the construction of BIG FASHION centre at Vidikovac, and it is going to be the largest retail shopping center in Serbia.
Within the program of marking one hundred years of Finland’s independence in Serbia, the Embassy of Finland in Belgrade donated twenty cherry trees to the Municipality of Savski Venac. Ambassador of Finland Pertti Ikonen planted the first tree in the … Continue reading
The idea behind creating Diplomacy&Commerce was to promote a new and dynamic approach to covering topics and providing quality content in the world of national press in the English language. In the last year, D&C has given its readership an … Continue reading
Belgrade Mayor Siniša Mali and Director of MPC Properties, the Thomas H. Villadsen, officially opened the second Shoppi Retail Park, with more than 13,000 square meters of surface and total investment value of 15 million euros.
Belgrade Mayor Siniša Mali is proud of the number of active construction sites in our capital city and the investment boom that Belgrade is experiencing, which is not to the detriment of the rest of Serbia. Indeed, on the contrary, … Continue reading
As a sign of gratitude for all the support after 2014 floods which hit Serbia, the Norwegian Ambassador in Serbia Arne Sannes Bjørnstad has been nominated for the charter of the Honorary Citizen of Belgrade.
Siniša Mali, Mayor of Belgrade, speaks about the economy in the country’s capital Belgrade is the capital of this country and accounts for some 40 per cent of its GDP. As such, the bulk of the reforms this government is … Continue reading