Share This: 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.
Share This: Within the annual conference on economic reforms organized by NALED on Friday, 1 February in Belgrade, NALED Managing Board awarded special recognitions to distinguished individuals from the public administration and the media, and announced the Top Reformer for … Continue reading
Share This: The key to Serbia’s economic success is digitization, based on data exchange, not documents, and focused on the needs of citizens, not institutions. The key is learning on the experiences of other countries and understanding that e-government development … Continue reading
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: With the support of UK Government’s Good Governance Fund, the legal framework has been rounded up for the development of e-business in Serbia The first day of October brought about a major turning point for the business environment … Continue reading
Share This: The Managing Director of Apatin Brewery Vladimir Novaković was elected as the new Chairman of the Board of Directors of NALED, by the decision of the members of the management body of the organisation.
Share This: The third weavers colony, held from 11 to 14 June in the former military barrack Dojkinci on Stara Planina, gathered foreign diplomats and officials in Serbia who provided support to unemployed women in the village to affirm and … Continue reading
Share This: SEE countries can offer good system solutions to improve business conditions and need a common platform that will guide the process of transferring successful economic reforms among members, it was estimated at the Together for a More Competitive … Continue reading
Share This: With more than 2,000 entities registered in the media register, Serbia is one of the leaders in Europe by number of media outlets, but the state has not yet carried out a sectoral analysis of the media market, … Continue reading
Share This: The beginning of the project “Towards Administration Without Paper” was formalized by a meeting of all participants in the Palace of Serbia.
Share This: Almost 70% of the businessmen believe that state authorities are not open enough to cooperate in the implementation of reforms, while 60% of officials claim that the economy is not interested in participating in the drafting of regulations.
Share This: The size of the grey economy has decreased in the last five years in the registered economy from 21.2 to 15.4% of GDP, but still every third company operates in the grey zone, which is significantly contributed by … Continue reading
Share This: NALED chose Minister of Finance Dušan Vujović as Reformer of the Year. The NALED Board of Directors awarded the prize for the results achieved in 2017 in the field of suppression of the grey economy, the reform of … Continue reading
Share This: Almost every third citizen of Serbia cannot recognize the correct fiscal account, and 59% performs all payments solely by cash and thus “feeds” the grey economy. The data of the new NALED survey indicate the need for continuous … Continue reading
Share This: Anyone planning to start a business in manufacturing and having the idea of placing their products in the future on the foreign market should not evade the entry into the VAT system, as this could hinder the development … Continue reading
Share This: Representatives of the finest Stapar rugs welcomed the ambassadors of Australia and Norway, diplomats from the US embassy, Israel, Great Britain and the United Nations Programme, who, in the presence of numerous local officials from provincial and republic … Continue reading
Share This: The introduction of electronic building permits, the register of non-tax and para-fiscal charges, online fiscalisation and the electronic system for registering seasonal workers are just some of the reforms for improving the business environment that could be applied … Continue reading
Share This: 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 … Continue reading
Share This: 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 … Continue reading
Share This: 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 … Continue reading