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    The risk of poverty rate in Serbia at 23.2 percent
    October, 2020, Source:Danas
     
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    The risk of poverty rate in Serbia at 23.2 percent

    The at risk of poverty rate stood at 23.2 percent in Serbia in 2019 and was 1.1 percent lowered compared to 2018 and the risk of social exclusion was 31.7 percent or 2.6 percent lower than in 2018, the Republic Statistics Office (RZS) said on Thursday. The at risk of poverty rate is the percentage of people whose available income is below... More info

     
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    16,000 more construction sites than in 2019
    October, 2020, Source:Blic
     
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    16,000 more construction sites than in 2019

    The Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, Zorana Mihajlović, assessed that construction is the driving force of economic development and pointed out that in September this year, there were 16,000 more construction sites in Serbia than in the same period last year. In addition, she added, the estimated value in 2019 was 56... More info

     
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    Serbia will have a new arrangement with the IMF
    October, 2020, Source:Politika
     
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    Serbia will have a new arrangement with the IMF

    The current advisory arrangement that Serbia has with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), popularly called "Cuvarkuca", expires in January next year. Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic talked yesterday with the head of the Mission of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Jan Kees Martijn, and said that Serbia wanted a new arrangement... More info

     
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    RSD 344.6 billion budget deficit in the first eight months
    October, 2020, Source:Politika
     
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    RSD 344.6 billion budget deficit in the first eight months

    There was a state budget deficit in the amount of RSD 344.6 billion in the first eight months of the year, the Ministry of Finance announced. Revenues amounted to RSD 808.4 billion, and expenditures amounted to RSD 1.153 billion. Deficit amounted to RSD 20.9 billion in August. Revenues in August amounted to RSD 97.7 billion, of which... More info

     
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    Young can start applying today
    October, 2020, Source:Blic
     
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    Young can start applying today

    Applications for the My First Salary programme, within which 10,000 companies posted job openings, start being accepted today, and professions that are in highest demand are economists, lawyers, doctors, dentists, nurses, construction, mechanical engineers, but also shop assistants, administrative clerks, mechanical technicians,... More info

     
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    Minister of Finance and IMF to discuss the budget online
    October, 2020, Source:Večernje Novosti
     
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    Minister of Finance and IMF to discuss the budget online

    The Mission of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will hold online meetings with the Serbian authorities between October 5 and 16, and as the IMF and the Ministry of Finance of Serbia told Tanjug, the topics at the meetings will be the assessment of the current financial situation in the country, the potential continuation of the... More info

     
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    GDP will be better than expected
    October, 2020, Source:Dnevnik
     
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    GDP will be better than expected

    President of the Council of the Governor of the National Bank of Serbia Nebojsa Savic expects Serbia's economic growth in Q3 to be better than expected. That is supported by the fact that in the first eight months of the year, industrial production dropped by only 0.7% y-o-y. "International financial institutions still project that... More info

     
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    Fitch Ratings affirms Serbia’s rating at BB+ level
    September, 2020, Source:Danas
     
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    Fitch Ratings affirms Serbia’s rating at BB+ level

    In a report published on Friday, Fitch Ratings affirmed Serbia's rating at BB+, with a stable outlook, primarily thanks to the country's good economic indicators before the pandemic, as well as during the crisis caused by it. In addition, the Serbian economy is expected to recover from that shock quickly. According to the report, owing... More info

     
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    Three potential models for clients after moratorium on loan repayment
    September, 2020, Source:Dnevnik
     
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    Three potential models for clients after moratorium on loan repayment

    The second moratorium on loan repayments ends on September 30, and in the days to come, banks will send a new repayment scheme (via email or regular mail) to clients who accepted the moratorium offer. They will have seven days to respond regarding the repayment scheme offered, the Association of Serbian Banks explained. Their advice is... More info

     
  • 27
    Unemployment greatest in Šumadija and Western Serbia
    September, 2020, Source:Politika
     
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    Unemployment greatest in Šumadija and Western Serbia

    The correlation between the unemployment rate and the level of development of the region is very high when it comes to the labour market. Well, in accordance with that, the Region of Southern and Eastern Serbia, with the value of the unemployment rate of 11 percent in the period from January to June this year, exceeds the average of... More info

     

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