Milica Milojević jest analitykiem ekonomicznym oraz dziennikarzem ekonomicznym z doświadczeniem korporacyjnym, bankowym i konsultingowym. Pisała artykuły o gospodarce monetarnej i politycznej, a także z zakresu historii ekonomicznej Serbii i Bałkanów.
Serbia is trying to find a strategic investor for its mining company. So far the Serbian state was not able to successfully privatize the company.
Media specializing in air traffic monitoring reported that Etihad Airways, a United Arab Emirates will not renew its management contract with Air Serbia. The Serbian government will take control over the management of Air...
On May 2018, Dušan Vujović, the Serbian Minister of Finance submitted his resignation. Siniša Mali, the mayor of Belgrade, replaced him.
Serbia will sign a new arrangement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) by mid-2018. Unlike the previous arrangements, this one is supposed to build up the trust of international investors and creditors in the Serbian...
In December the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia voted for the Budget for 2018. The total projected costs are RSD1,207bn, while the total projected government revenues amount to RSD1,178bn.
According to local media, the Croatian National Bank (CNB) has developed and analyzed a strategy for the euro implementation which is supposed to be implemented by 2022 or 2023.
At a recent meeting of the ECOFIN and representatives of the Republic of Serbia, the guidelines for further economic and social reforms on the path of Serbia to membership in the European Union have been agreed.
Serbian media have reported on government plans to enable the selling of state issued savings bonds to the general public.
The takeover of a construction company, Energoprojekt, may very well determine the overall state of Serbian financial market, already severely damaged by defaulting of several banks.
In early May of 2017, the Government of Serbia issued an executive act that regulates the privatization of the last state owned shares in domestic banks.