Combating the grey economy, reducing bureaucracy and corruption through the introduction of e-government, more efficient cadastre, reforms in the agricultural sector and strengthening the IT sector are some of the key priorities on which the Serbian government will cooperate with … Continue reading
The traditional carpet-making was the theme of the weaving colony at former watchtower Dojkinci in Stara Planina which gathered foreign diplomats and mayors who support unemployed women from rural areas in the cottage industry to ensure their permanent employment and … Continue reading
In a country in which a medium-sized bank prints 11 million papers a year, the retail chain spends 150,000 euros on the storage of documentation, the police state institutions reach a length of several tens of kilometers, and citizens have … Continue reading
The first of the 12 wi-fi free internet zones won by the most active local governments in sending fiscal accounts and slippers for the “Take a bill and win” prize game was opened in the Park of Japanese-Serbian friendship in … Continue reading
The citizens of Bela Palanka and Dimitrovgrad, the two best placed municipalities in the “Take a bill and win” prize competition, decided to invest the winning prizes in improving the tourist offer of southeastern Serbia.
The gender quotas prescribed by the required number of women in managerial positions in public administration and economy have proved to be the most effective measure in developed countries for achieving gender balance in economic, political and social spheres, and … Continue reading
Municipalities of Plandište and Bela Crkva received 20,000 Euros checks as prize for their citizens who made a significant contribution to the suppression of the grey economy by sending fiscal accounts and slippers to provide their local self-governments with place … Continue reading
Coordination body for directing activities on suppressing grey economy of the Serbian government adopted a new Action Plan for 2017 and 2018, which provides for an increase in the number of measures to intensify the activities of relevant institutions to … Continue reading
The Assembly of the National Alliance for Local Economic Development, NALED, has selected a new Board of Directors that will spend the next four years leading the alliance and its initiatives for advancing Serbia’s business environment and strengthening its competitiveness.
The first in a series of workshops with international experts organized by the Israeli Embassy and the National Alliance for Local Economic Development (NALED) in which local governments were able to learn how to make their cities and municipalities more … Continue reading