“We owe our success, among other things, to the applying of the Kaizen business philosophy in our work, which is a specific way of thinking that encourages the creativity of employees, contributing to continuous progress,” explains Azhaiyp Kozhakhmetov, Operations Director at JT International a.d. Senta
The partnership further strengthens the position of Mercata on the domestic distribution market, both in the tobacco products and FMCG segments, as well as contributing to the future development of JTI’s operations in Serbia
Although Yazaki is only the third Japanese company to invest in Serbia, the two countries cooperate closely on the international scene when it comes to topics that are of common interest, in the fields of culture, scientific interchange and tourism. Given the reform processes in Serbia, both sides are looking forward to more vigorous trade exchanges and investment activity
JTI has tripled its market share in ten years, becoming one of Serbia’s key taxpayers and a valued employer that directly employs 300 people and cooperates with farmers, providing a living for 1,000 people in Vojvodina
Japan has recognised Serbia’s need for support every time that it has faced difficult times, such as during the 2014 floods and the ongoing struggle to accommodate migrants. Moreover, the mutual friendship between two countries has been confirmed many times and in different areas of cooperation
The companies gathered together in the Japanese Business Club want to support the Serbian Government in its efforts to provide the private sector with the best possible business conditions. This will benefit both the State and the citizens, as higher employment will bring a better standard of living
Higher seizures of illegal tobacco contributed to an almost 20 per cent increase in tobacco excise collection in the first nine months of 2015, in comparison to same period last year. Further law enforcement measures should be followed by effective action taken by prosecutors and courts
Automatic authenitication of health insurance cards (KZO) is available as of today to independent insured persons (entrepreneurs), farmers, priests, religious officials, foreign pensioners, or those ...