The European Fund for the Balkans
Hedvig Morvai, Director Of The European Fund For The Balkans
Serbian citizens shouldn’t be overburdened with accession chapters and bidding dates, but rather explained, in an illustrative way, why EU accession is important and what it brings
Dejan Šoškić, Professor at the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade (EFB)
Major obstacles to faster economic growth in Serbia are not in the domain of the limited financial potential of domestic banks. Obstacles lay elsewhere: in the domain of a stagnant economy, weak institutional framework, rule of law, and credit risk sharing instruments for SMEs. As such, we shouldn’t be surprised if more foreign banks decide to leavein the medium- to long-term.