The Privatisation Agency has annulled the privatisation of the Zavarivač Company, took over both the capital and shares of the Galeb Group, and left the company RSD 572 million in debt. The state of Serbia and Prime Minister Vučić have been constantly pleading with foreign investors to invest in Serbia, offering them a €10,000 incentive for each new job they create.
What if only three topics mattered in international politics? Wouldn’t that be great? If you try to follow the development of international politics in the early twenty-first century, and you are not a super gifted multitasker, you are lost. There is just too much going on, even on the surface of things, from Syria to China to Trump to Ukraine to Brexit—to name just a few of the more obvious items on the list
A drop in the unemployment rate and an increase in number of employed persons are the results of economic recovery, higher FDIs and the government’s effort in reducing unemployment, with the latter being at the top of its priorities in coming months
Before the internet, there was the ARPANET, a computer network used by the U.S. government to share sensitive data in the 1970s. About a decade later, the ARPANET’s limited networks gave way to a single, worldwide network we call the Internet
This year's Belgrade Marathon, which was held in April, brought together more than 20,000 people who wanted that day to don t-shirts, shorts and trainers, and to run a few kilometres in the company of their fellow citizens.