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Germany 2018

H.E. Thomas Schieb, German Ambassador to Serbia

Scepticism Regarding Border Changes

Serbia's EU accession cannot happen until relations with Kosovo have been clarified. The sooner both sides - with the support of the EU - agree on a normalisation agreement, the better. Germany is very sceptical of changing borders along ethnic lines - Thomas Schieb
Marko Čadež, President Of The Chamber Of Commerce & Industry Of Serbia

Marko Čadež, President of the Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Serbia

German Investments Contribute Significantly to Serbia’s Economic Development

Serbian-German economic cooperation shouldn't only be measured according to the volume of the trade exchange, which has respectable dimensions of scale. Links between companies from the two countries have increased significantly over the last few years, which is testified to - among other things - by the decisions of German companies to reinvest in Serbia, open research centres and include Serbian companies in their production and distribution chains
Dr Ronald Seeliger, President of AHK Serbia, CEO of Hemofarm

Dr Ronald Seeliger, President of AHK Serbia, CEO of Hemofarm

Profound Reforms Cannot Be Swift But Well Considered

Serbia is in the process of overall transformation, and this kind of total makeover takes time, requires expertise and seeks patience. It is of great importance for Serbia to become a member of the European Union, and in order to achieve this it has to continue conducting structural reforms and changing certain patterns of doing business and behaviour thoroughly and in the long run
David Lahl, Project Leader, Public Finance Reform

David Lahl, GIZ expert, Project Leader, Public Finance Reform

Sound Finances Key To SDG Implementation

The objective of the German Development Cooperation is to support the Serbian government in its efforts to improve good financial governance in the context of the 2030 Agenda. Adequate capacities to plan and execute budgets, as well as transparency, accountability and participation in budget processes, are crucial to the efficient implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals
Milan Krstić, Business Consultant, AHK

Milan Krstić, Business Consultant, AHK

Faster Development With Expert German Assistance

The aim of German experts engaged through the Senior Expert Service is to help and advance the organisation of the operations of small and medium-sized enterprises, public institutions, associations and educational institutions, both in Serbia and other developing countries
Martin Knapp, Executive Member Of The AHK Serbien

Martin Knapp, Executive Member Of The AHK Serbien Board Of Directors

Re-industrialisation Key to Growth and Well-being

For Serbia, re-industrialisation is the only chance to catch up with the Central European economies and in order to do that huge investments in modern technologies are needed. It isn't important whether these investments are made by foreigners or local companies, the main thing is that something happens in that direction
What Compels German Companies To Reinvest In Serbia

What Compels German Companies To Reinvest In Serbia And The Region?

Complex Effort Worth Trying

There are all sorts of barriers preventing foreign investors from enjoying economies of scale while investing in the Western Balkans, though the region does still deliver a solid return on investment. A good-quality workforce, coupled with national and local efforts in Serbia to improve the business climate, result in German companies being eager to expand and reinvest
Berlin: Brandenburg Gate

Berlin

The Most Enchanting Spots To Watch The Sunset

Berlin has lots to offer by day and by night, but the moments of sunset might be the most breathtaking. Berlin is not Barcelona, Miami or Rio. Most of the year the weather is poor. Berlinians don´t have beaches to hang out and they have to pack all their outdoor activities into some short weeks a year
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