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On December 22, FIC presented key findings from the White Book on digitalization to the Belgrade Chamber of Commerce. Current situation was reviewed, and main FIC proposals were presented.

The introductory address was held by the Regulatory Officer Jelena Lazarevic, while the presentation was delivered by the representative of the Telecommunications and Digital Economy Committee Vladimir Boljanovic and Legal Committee Vice President Jelena Vukic Suljagic

The focus was put on development of e-business and digitalization of financial services in previous year and recognized priorities for the future (application of digital bill of exchange, educational campaigns for citizens, further digitalization of public administration…).

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