Italian Serbian Chamber of Commerce
Economic Overview: Italy and Serbia in Figures
Italian business in Serbia is today represented by more than 600 companies operating in the country, employing over 25,000 workers
Giorgio Marchegiani, President of the Italian-Serbian Chamber of Commerce
Our expectation for 2019 is for Italy and Serbia to exceed four billion euros in commercial exchange. I am very positive that this goal can be reached thanks to the promising GDP growth and the pace of trade that Serbia has with all countries of the European Union
The Third "Week of Italian Cuisine in the world", opened in Serbia on 19th November, and will be held until 25th November in Belgrade, Novi Sad,...
Accelerated reforms, particularly those in the area of improving the business climate, ensure that the opinions of business associations are more important than ever. The increasingly open and constructive dialogue between the government and business leaders, which also resulted in Serbia making continuous progress on the World Bank’s ’Doing Business’ list, compelled us to set aside space in the New Year’s edition of CorD for the comments of presidents of chambers of commerce and organisations, business clubs and associations that bring together members of industry, NGOs and representatives of the local community.
A new Speed Business Meeting was held yesterday in Belgrade, which was attended by the companies of four international business associations: the French-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (CCFS), the Italian-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (ISCC), Nordic Business Alliance (NBA), and for the first time, members of the Japanese Business Alliances in Serbia (JBAS).
Speed Business Meeting by CCFS, ISCC and the CANSEE
Example of successful economic relations between Italy and Serbia
New President of Italian Chamber of Commerce
The Italian Chamber of Commerce elected a new President Dr Giorgio Ambrogio Marchegiani (51), Director General of “DDOR Novi Sad”. He earned M.Sc. degree in...