Ministry of Finance
Siniša Mali, Serbian Minister of Finance
The goals of the Ministry of Finance are to further maintain fiscal stability and eliminate systemic obstacles to economic growth. In the process of creating measures that will ease the operations of companies, the Ministry is particularly reliant on useful suggestions from the economy and the business community
The Ministry of Finance stated that the Board of Executive Directors of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) confirmed a new arrangement with the Republic...
Dušan Vujović, Serbian Finance Minister
It is today abundantly clear that fiscal consolidation produced tangible economic results. They can only be sustained through structural reforms, the success of which depends on renewed political and social consensus among key stakeholders, as well as our ability to put aside short-term, partybased and vested interests and enable the improvement of general welfare
The National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia today supported with 154 votes the proposal of Prime Minister Ana Brnabic and elected Sinisa Mali as new Minister of Finance, who up until now has served as mayor of Belgrade.
Dušan Vujović, Ph.D., Serbian Finance Minister
The upcoming elections, whether just presidential or presidential and parliamentary, will be a new test of whether people in Serbia are willing to accept reforms which will lead to the establishment of the cornerstone of a modern Serbia with a sustainable economy that is able to create new jobs and attract foreign direct investments. This should be the backbone of the pro- reform and pro-EU campaign in Serbia
NALED and the Serbian Ministry of Finance, under the patronage of company Mastercard, in partnership with Societe Generale Bank and in cooperation with the...
Serbian Minister for Finance Dušan Vujović has backed NALED’s proposal to exempt business novices from tax for at least one year. At the meeting of...
In an effort to encourage the use of payment cards, citizens are now able to withdraw cash at points of sale during the purchasing of goods
Municipalities in the southeast and southwest Serbia require an average of just five working days to issue building permits, making them the most successful in our country
New Action plan for 2017 and 2018 envisages an increase in the number of measures and the intensifying of the activities of relevant institutions aimed at reducing the volume of illicit trade, undeclared work and tax evasion
Cooperation between responsible institutions and representatives od the economy toward transparency in adopting and implementing existing tax regulations
White Book 2016 presented to top officials of the Serbian Government and representatives of the stakeholder community
Aleksandar Vučić, Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia
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.
Dušan Vujović, Minister of Finance of the Republic of Serbia
The new law on para-fiscal charges, expected by mid-2017, aims to collect and order hundreds of charges presently scattered over dozens of laws, ensure their full transparency and predictability for all businesses, as well as provide a platform for rational use and efficient management of public resources