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According to the survey, 31 per cent of CEOs in Serbia expect to see a boost in global economic growth over the next 12 months, and 95 per cent expect higher corporate revenues over the next three years.

They see social instability (86 pct), the geopolitical crisis (81 pct) and the regulatory burden (79 pct) as the three biggest threats to the business.

The survey, conducted from September to December 2015, involved 1,409 CEOs from 83 countries, including 42 directors from Serbia.

 

 

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