Sitemap

AHK Members Meeting

CorD Recommends

EU Unfreezes Montenegro’s Membership Talks

At a crucial EU-Montenegro Intergovernmental Conference in...

Raiffeisen Bank Appoints Glišin and Knežević to Executive Board

Raiffeisen Bank has announced the appointment of...

Nordic Business Alliance Hosts AI-Focused Pool Party

The Nordic Business Alliance (NBA), in collaboration...

Ile de France Supports French Film Festival

French Stars Alexis Manenti and Ladj Ly...

Serbia Signs Memorandum on Nuclear Energy Development

In a significant move towards modernizing its energy sector, the Serbian government, along with twenty scientific and academic institutions,...

H.E. József Magyar – The Western Balkans is a Priority

The Hungarian Embassy in Belgrade hosted a reception to mark the beginning of Hungary's presidency of the Council of...

Oktoberfest Beer Prices Hit Record High

Beer prices at this year's Oktoberfest are set to rise by an average of 3.9%, surpassing the €15 mark...

Barcelona Bans Short-Term Tourist Rentals to Tackle Housing Crisis

In a decisive move to address the escalating housing costs and ensure residents can afford to live in their...

The International “Aleksandar Tišma” Literary Award ceremoniously presented to French writer Cécile Wajsbrot

The third International “Aleksandar Tišma” Literary Award was ceremoniously presented to French writer Cécile Wajsbrot on June 24, 2024,...

Members of the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce gathered at Crown Plaza Hotel

The traditional dinner of AHK Members brought together almost a hundred members of the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce at Crown Plaza Hotel, with the guest of honour’s speech provided by a member of the Fiscal Council Vladimir Vučković, who spoke on the subject of the current state and prospects of the Serbian economy.

He pointed out that Serbia’s GDP has surpassed the level of the pre-crisis period and noted that it is positive that growth is being driven by exports and investment.

Discussions also covered the topic of unemployment rates, based on the results of the Labor Force Survey and the realistic picture, while it was noted that exports are growing faster than imports, that the deficit is declining, inflation is low and that, although the budget deficit has fallen, the public debt still remains high.

The topics generated great interest among those in attendance, who had the opportunity – during lectures and at the following cocktail reception – to receive answers to numerous questions from Professor Vučković and other economic leaders in attendance.

Related Articles

German Companies Seek Suppliers from the Western Balkans

In Munich, 99 suppliers from the Western Balkans, including 22 from Serbia, engaged in talks with representatives from 20 German companies.  The meetings are part...

Serbia Ascends as Key Trade Partner for Germany

Serbia is set to become a net exporter to Germany by 2025, overtaking its imports from the economic powerhouse, according to a recent study...

German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce Boosts Support for Startups

The German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce has announced its renewed support for startups, with a strong emphasis on digitalization and innovation.  During the opening of a...

Launch of the Council of European Business Associations and Chambers in Serbia

European business associations and bilateral chambers have established the Council of European Business Associations and Chambers in Serbia (CEBAC), aimed at fostering economic collaboration...

German-Serbian Chamber Hosts Gala, Pledges Green Future

In a significant event marking the strengthening of German-Serbian economic ties, the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK Serbia) hosted its annual gala under the...

The Foreign Investors Council held its Regular Annual Assembly

The Foreign Investors Council (FIC) held the regular annual session of the Assembly, adopting the Annual and Financial Reports for 2023. In his opening...

Milan Grujić, President Of The German-Serbian Chamber Of Commerce

Soaring Bilateral Trade Attracts German Investors

The forecast for the bilateral trade exchange between Serbia and Germany until year’s end is exceptionally optimistic, primarily driven by two consecutive years of...

Medeja Lončar, Siemens CEO

Acting Responsibly Today Is Our Legacy For Tomorrow

Siemens has endeavoured since its very inception to improve people’s lives with the help of technology. It introduced electrification to the world of the...