Share This: In Sremska Mitrovica a presentation of the newly adopted “Rulebook on Small Quantities of Primary Products for Supplying Consumers, Area for Carrying Out these Activities as well as Variations Relating to Small Entities in the Operation of Food … Continue reading
Share This: The Serbian quality mark of quality was approved in mid-May for eight Serbian products from the meat and food processing industry, and in coming weeks these products will find themselves on the shelves of all retail chains and small … Continue reading
Share This: Sekopak Company, a leader in the field of recycling of packaging waste, has opened the first dam in Serbia for the Defense of packaging waste in Batnjik on the river Raška. The opening ceremony was attended by Branislav … Continue reading
Share This: The Chinese Agriculture Minister, Han Changfu, and his Serbian counterpart, Branislav Nedimovic have signed a Memorandum of Understanding in Belgrade stipulating the cooperation between the two countries in agriculture, especially investing in the fruit and meat processing segment.
Share This: In the last year Imlek invested over 30 million euros in various projects which relate primarily to the improvement of production processes, purchasing machinery to farmers and developing new products.
Share This: After building his career as a mayor of Sremska Mitrovica, the capital of the fertile Syrmia region, Branislav Nedimović moved to NALED. He made his name by improving vital procedures in infrastructure and agriculture, relying largely on IT … Continue reading
Share This: Although the organisation has lost two important people, NALED is proud that the President and Vice-President of the Management Board Ana Brnabić and Branislav Nedimović joined the Serbian government and took the responsibility for the implementation of reforms … Continue reading
Share This: The Provincial Government and NALED will conclude a Memorandum of Understanding on the new model of economic development of Vojvodina. The main areas of the partnership will improve the business environment at the local level through the modernisation … Continue reading
Share This: Serbia could exceed Croatian model by introducing electronic vouchers for seasonal workers in agriculture. It could, in the short term, diminish the effects of so-called grey economy and channel it into the legal economy. It could be applied … Continue reading
Share This: Belgrade, 19 May 2016 The Serbian government has adopted a number of good measures and laws with the support of NALED. A major step forward is the introduction of electronic building permits and adoption of the National Programme … Continue reading