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Simon Taylor, HYCU, Inc. CEO

Providing Easy Ways To Protect Data

HYCU is a multinational company with offices around the world, but much of its European operation is located right here in Belgrade, an important...

Luštica Bay

Authentic Adriatic In Luštica Bay A Place To Belong

Authentic residences, The Chedi five-star hotel, beautiful beaches with a crystal blue sea, a unique gastronomic and shopping experience and an intense calendar of...

Vladimir Živanović, Director Of The Zlatibor Tourism Organisation

Foreigners Also Flock To Zlatibor

It is thanks to magical nature and the air spa status that Zlatibor has enjoyed for 129 years, coupled with major investments, excellent infrastructure...

Porto Montenegro

The Adventure Continues On The Adriatic

Summer is in full swing at Porto Montenegro, with yachts lining the marina, a range of new and well-loved shops and restaurants in the...

Bogdan Gavrilović, Sales Manager, World Transport Overseas (WTO)

Expanding Operations

World Transport Overseas (WTO), which is headquartered in Eastern Europe and has branches in Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Greece, North Macedonia, Serbia and Slovenia, was...

Vladimir Lučić, New Telekom Srbija CEO

The Telekom Srbija Supervisory Board has appointed Vladimir Lučić as the company’s CEO. Born in the city of Šabac in 1971, Lučić graduated from the Belgrade University Faculty of Electrical Engineering and completed his MBA studies under the programme of Switzerland’s Kurt Bösch University Institute. He has been part of the Telekom Srbija team since the company’s founding in 1997, with minor breaks during the period when he was working and advancing himself professionally in Sweden and Germany.

Lučić has held important positions at Telekom Srbija, including, amongst others, serving as Director of Mobile Telephony of Serbia from 2003 and Director of the Directorate for Commercial Affairs from 2008. He arrives in the position of Telekom Srbija CEO from the positions of Executive Director of M:tel Montenegro and coordinator of the Telekom Srbija group for internet and multimedia.

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Construction Of New Balkan Energy Route Underway

Europe is investing 240 billion euros in the electricity transmission network, with plans to build a new network towards Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. In...

Price Of Gold Soars Above 1,800 Dollars

The price of gold soared in trading on the Comex exchange, a part of the New York Mercantile Exchange, above $1,800 per ounce for...

Biggest Decline in German Retail Sales Since 1994

German retailers ended the first half of 2022 with the biggest drop in annual sales in nearly three decades as inflation, the war in...

Serbia’s GDP Growth Of 4% In The Second Quarter Of 2022

The real growth of the gross domestic product (GDP) of Serbia in the second quarter of this year was four percent compared to the...

News

Serbia Exported 30,000 Tons Of Ice Cream Worth 63.5 Million Euros

Last year, 30,000 tons of ice cream worth 63.5 million euros were exported from Serbia, mostly to countries in...

Italy Is Suing Slovenia Over Balsamic Vinegar

The Italian government is launching legal proceedings against Slovenia in an attempt to defend the authenticity of its geographically...

Ambassador Pinter: Serbia The Most Important Partner In Western Balkans

Hungary sees Serbia as the most important economic partner in the Western Balkans. The Hungarian government strives to support...

EU Governments: Recommendations On How To Save Energy

After it was published in the EU's official administrative gazette, the European Union's plan to reduce gas consumption came...

Stoltenberg: Serbia Has Been NATO’s Close Partner For Many Years

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg assessed that the North Atlantic Alliance is a long-term and close partner with Serbia,...

Serbia Exported 30,000 Tons Of Ice Cream Worth 63.5 Million Euros

Last year, 30,000 tons of ice cream worth 63.5 million euros were exported from Serbia, mostly to countries in...

Italy Is Suing Slovenia Over Balsamic Vinegar

The Italian government is launching legal proceedings against Slovenia in an attempt to defend the authenticity of its geographically...

Ambassador Pinter: Serbia The Most Important Partner In Western Balkans

Hungary sees Serbia as the most important economic partner in the Western Balkans. The Hungarian government strives to support...

EU Governments: Recommendations On How To Save Energy

After it was published in the EU's official administrative gazette, the European Union's plan to reduce gas consumption came...

Stoltenberg: Serbia Has Been NATO’s Close Partner For Many Years

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg assessed that the North Atlantic Alliance is a long-term and close partner with Serbia,...
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