Doing Business


Challenges And Opportunities

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.

Doing Business Index Success

The 2nd annual conference Doing Business 2018: Strengthening Serbia's Competitiveness, held at Belgrade’s Hyatt Regency Hotel and organised by NALED, with the support of...

Serbia Ranks 43rd On List Of Ease Of Doing Business

Serbia ranks at 43 on the ease of doing business, compared to 47 in last year’s report
Serbia-Finland Business Forum 2017

Serbia-Finland Business Forum

Introducing possibilities for cooperation between Finnish and Serbian companies and institutions
Zorana Mihajlović - Reformer of the Year 2017 Goran Kovacevic

Zorana Mihajlović – Reformer of the Year

The National Alliance for Local Economic Development (NALED) has declared Zorana Mihajlović, Serbian Deputy PM and Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, Reformer of the Year
Zorana Mihajlovic

Zorana Mihajlović, Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure

Firmly On Course For Reforms

We need to be aware of all the potential threats in our close environment. That is precisely why we need to have a stable political situation and to implement reforms firmly. This Ministry is completely devoted to it

Aleksandar Vučić, Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia

Working With NALED Opens Doors To The Civil Sector

The Government is open to the idea of including the civil sector in its administrative work and unburdening the administration, which is the trend in the developed world. NALED is a positive example, having developed the e-permit software with help from donors and then handed it over to the state. This was a great help, and other organisations are certainly able to contribute to the common good in the same way.
Jeremy Lang British Embassy

Jeremy Lang, Head of the Department for International Trade, British Embassy to Serbia

Progress On The Doing Business List Requires More Than Reforms On...

Effective, efficient and transparent local government benefits business, which in turn precipitates stronger overall development across a country as a whole

Violeta Jovanović, Executive Director of the National Alliance for Local Economic Development, NALED

Decade of Dialogue For a Better Serbia

10 years of supporting reforms in Serbia
Yana Mikhailova

Yana Mikhailova, President of the Foreign Investors Council and Nestlé Adriatic Regional Director

FIC a Partner For Growth

The Foreign Investors Council expects the government to speed up important structural reforms, especially privatisation and the corporatisation of state-owned enterprises, to press for better implementation of the laws, with special focus on the Tax Administration and inspections, and to continue with the good work on harmonisation of the Serbian laws with EU Acquis

Miroslav Hiršl, President of Montenegrin Foreign Investors Council, CEO Societe General Bank Montenegro

We Can do it Even Better

The Montenegrin Government is well aware of the importance of foreign direct investment for the sustainable growth of the economy and has done a lot to improve competitiveness, transparency and business-friendliness. Nevertheless, there is still work to be done and challenges to be overcome.