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European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) assessed in their Transition Report 2018-19, that on the road of sustainable market economy development Serbia has improved this year in the areas of competitiveness and green economy when compared to 2017. But, it faltered when it comes to reforms in the area of inclusivity. In this year's competitiveness report Serbia was graded 5.3 for competitiveness, as opposed to last year's 5.1, and when it comes to green economy, 5.9 as opposed to 5.7 in the previous year. When it comes to management quality, the grade is the same as last year, 5.4, and we also remained on the last year's level when it comes to resistance of the economy (5.7) and integrations (6.2). However, when it comes to inclusivity criteria, the grade was lowered to 5.7 from the previous 6.