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According to the Serbian Business Registers Agency’s (APR) annual report “100 biggest companies in Serbia in 2015”, it was announced yesterday that Telekom Serbia is the most profitable company in Serbia in 2015, NIS a.d. achieved the highest operating income, JP EPS possesses the largest assets and capital, Farmakom from Šabac has the biggest net loss, while JP Srbijagas was the most-indebted company in 2015.

The Serbian Business Registers Agency’s annual publication contains a presentation of best and worst companies based on analysis of more than 90,400 business companies in Serbia based on their business performance, financial capacity and the loss.

To view the APR report, click here.

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