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A permanent and open dialogue between the economy and the government with the aim of continuing with reforms is important for the further improvement of the business climate – this was the main joint message of the new Prime Minister elect of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić and representatives of the American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia (AmCham), from a business luncheon organised by AmCham

AmCham members expect the new government to continue with its good examples of cooperation between the state and the economy, with the aim of ensuring the greater predictability of the legislative process and the broader involvement of the business community in creating regulations through mandatory public hearings, said AmCham executive director Vera Nikolić Dimić.

“I am certain that our goal is the same – for Serbia to continue to be attractive to foreign investors and to encourage present investors to continue to invest and thereby for s all together to impact on economic growth and improved living standards,” said Zoran Petrović, Chairman of the AmCham Board. “The government and industry must work in harmony to the maximum possible extent,” added Petrović.

Serbian Prime Minister elect Aleksandar Vučić stressed that the fight against the grey economy must be strengthened dramatically: “serious steps have been taken in this direction, and a working group has even been formed with the Director of the Police at its helm. Moreover, additional tax reform is also essential, which will include items highlighted by AmCham,” said Vučić.

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