Most of the previous economic programmes in Serbia succeeded in achieving short-term macroeconomic stabilisation, but failed to resolve the underlying weaknesses of the economy. I believe the authorities share our view that consolidating recent gains will require not only maintaining sound macro policies and strengthening institutions, but also fully completing the ambitious structural reform agenda
For me, NALED is a platform for substantive dialogue on critical policy and reform issues in Serbia, and also a professional organisation that provides important policy advice to the Government and the international community
The current process of reform is, in many ways, the final chance for Serbia to catch up and take its rightful place in the European economic and political community. While many challenges are ahead, the government did a good job in many areas, and elections have not disturbed the process as much was feared
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 ...