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The latest session of the Managing Board of the National Alliance for Local Economic Development (NALED), has seen the selecting of the new president and members of the Managing Board, which will lead the organisation and initiatives for advancing the business environment in Serbia, until the new session of the NALED Assembly.

Selected as the new President of the Managing Board, taking over the former position of Minister Ana Brnabić, is Goran Kovačević, CEO of company Gomex. The new board members are Dušanka Golubović, Mayor of Sombor, Nebojša Zelenović, Mayor of Šabac, and Dragana Čukić, member of the Managing Board of ACES. The members who retained their positions in the NALED Managing Board are Stanka Pejanović, CEO of Gorenje, Aleksandar Ružević, CEO of Coca-Cola HBC, Ernst Bode, CEO of Messer Tehnogas, Vojislav Genić, director of SAP for the public sector in Central and Eastern Europe, and Vladan Vasić, Mayor of Pirot.

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