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Top Paying Jobs in Finance

“Wolves of Wall Street” aren’t the only ones who can live an extraordinary life. In fact, there are many ways to make good money by dealing with financial assets and operations. The bestpaid professions are in both traditional finance and the rapidly-developing fintech sector

People Make the Difference

Serbia’s rise as a key outsourcing nation has been on the cards for a long time. Cost-effective, talented and driven – there’s a clear trend in the quality of tech teams hailing from Serbia that undergo the tech due diligence process of the Digital Knights

Our First 5 Years

Founded in March 2014, the Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (SSCC) has developed as a result of growing interest among representatives of the Swiss business community...

Small, Smart & Prosperous

The Swiss economy is among the world's most stable and is the preferred choice for investors seeking a skilful workforce and an economy based on strong research, development and innovation capacities. Switzerland earns most of its revenue on the basis of financial services, precision manufacturing, metals, pharmaceuticals, chemicals and electronics

European Scientific Elite

This year was marked on the international scientific front by the admission of Serbia as a full member of the European Organisation for Nuclear Research - CERN. As from the 24th March 2019, Serbia officially became the 23rd member state of this most prestigious international scientific organisation

Driving Force of Modern Life

The four ethnolinguistic groups (Germanic, French, Italian, and Rhaeto-Romansh) that comprise the native Swiss population have retained their specific characteristics throughout the centuries, though the country was originally inhabited by Celtic tribes in the west and south, and by Rhaetians in the East

Rivalry of Superheroes

The Roger Federer - Novak Đoković rivalry is so intense that it's sometimes easy to forget the two are not exactly from the same tennis generation. Federer is five years older, which – perhaps in tennis years – means far, far more

The 20th anniversary of the Enthronement of His Majesty King Mohammed VI

The 20th anniversary of the Enthronement of His Majesty King Mohammed VI: Two decades of development and challenges Morocco is celebrating on July 30th...

Serbia – EU Trade Liberalisation

Serbian producers exporting duty-free to the EU since 2000 Customs duties for all industrial and agricultural products coming from Serbia into the EU (aside from...

Education for a Future-Proof Society

Society, technology and the world around us are changing rapidly. It is difficult to even orientate oneself in the midst of the 5th industrial revolution, with global and large-scale challenges like the climate crisis and accelerating environmental threats, risks related to population growth, political instabilities or autonomous intelligence. Can a future-proof education lead to a future-proof society and spark innovation?

5 Lessons from the European Election

If European elections used to be a sedate affair, the 2019 iteration was anything but. Besides the obvious — a growing fragmentation of European politics, a solid but not dominant position of the far right and an increasingly green left — five lessons emerge from EU’s vote

Michelin Guide – Over a Century Forging Dining Standards

First published by Michelin tyre-company founders Édouard and André Michelin, the Michelin Guide was originally published in 1900 as a strategy to stimulate business...

Haute Cuisine Turns Towards Sustainability

“Nourishing oneself in a healthier and more natural way is an expectation and a necessity that it is now time to implement in haute cuisine. Exceptional produce expressing their qualities in simplicity, a technique whose elegance is to fade into the shadows to better serve them. This is cooking as I love it most. A cuisine of naturalness, unfettered, liberated” – Alain Ducasse

The New Japanese Era Name is “Reiwa”

This was taken from wording appearing in the Manyoshu: “In this auspicious month of early spring, the weather is fine and the wind gentle. The plum blossoms open like powder before a mirror while the orchids give off the sweet scent of a sachet.” Moreover, this name “Reiwa” includes the meaning of culture coming into being and flourishing when people bring their hearts and minds together in a beautiful manner

A Patent As A Life’s Work

The most prestigious law firms and the most prominent names in the world of science and technology have been trying for years to challenge intellectual rights to the magnetic disk reader, which is under the patent of Aleksandar Kavčić, a former student of the Mathematics High School in Belgrade, and Carnegie Mellon University’s professor Jose Moura. According to the final judgement of the U.S. Appellate Court, in 2016, Marvell Technology paid $750 million in damages

MIKTA: Cooperation And Development

Mexico is convinced of the irreplaceable value of diplomacy, with its outstanding multilateral tradition and demonstrated capacity to engage in dialogue and build consensus. It is in this spirit that we participate in MIKTA – an informal consultation space that also includes Australia, Indonesia, the Republic of Korea and Turkey

How Social Media Changed Diplomacy

With the first “real” social media website launched in 1997, and early forms of social media dating back to the 1980s, there’s probably nobody who would have imagined how far things have gone, with social media platforms like Facebook or Twitter connecting billions of people across the globe and changing the world

The State Of Digital Communications in 2019

Digital is everything and everything is digital. As our societies and economies experience unprecedented tech-driven change, this Report provides you with the latest on one of the most important enablers of progress and growth: digital communications
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