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Serbia Joins EU’s Single Market Programme

Serbia has formally joined the European Union's Single Market Programme, following the signing of an agreement with the...

DFC Announces Partnership With Four Commercial Banks

U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) announced the launch of four new loan portfolio guarantees with ProCredit, Addiko,...

Siniša Mali, Minister Of Finance Of The Republic Of Serbia

I Don’t Expect A Recession

We mustn't lose what we've already achieved, and that's full employment and economic growth. Even though much of...

US State Department: Serbia’s Public Finances Evaluated As Transparent

The Ministry of Finance stated that in this year's Fiscal Transparency Report of the US Department of State,...

Serbia Government Debt 31.3 Billion Euros

At the end of June, Serbia government debt amounted to 31.3 billion euros, which is 53.2 percent of...

MMF: Serbia Has Managed The Crisis Well

Serbian Minister of Finance Siniša Mali held a final meeting with a mission of the International Monetary Fund...

Construction Of Belgrade Metro To Begin On 22 November

Minister of Finance Sinisa Mali announced today that the construction of the first line of the Belgrade Metro...

Slavica Savičić, State Secretary At The Ministry Of Finance

We Are Fully Committed To The Well-being Of Both Industry And The Public

I think we have managed to alleviate the consequences of the pandemic and to save our economy and...

NALED Presented The Grey Book And 100 Recommendations For Better Business Conditions

Establishing an electronic health record, improving the water treatment system and abolishing the conversion fee – these are...

Ministry of Finance

Siniša MaliDeputy Prime Minister and Minister of FinanceTook office May 2018 Address: Kneza Miloša 20, BelgradeTel: +381 1136 42656E-mail:...

Serbia announces economic stimulus package worth €5.1 billion

Minister of Finance Siniša Mali and President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce Marko Čadež presented a package...

Serbia becomes member of Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

The Ministry of Finance announced today that our country has officially become the 73rd non-regional member of the...

Serbian President ceremoniously opens Milos the Great highway

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlovic attended tonight the opening of the...

Siniša Mali, Serbian Minister of Finance

Economic Relief Stimulates Economic Growth

The goals of the Ministry of Finance are to further maintain fiscal stability and eliminate systemic obstacles to...

IMF Confirms New Programme With Serbia

The Ministry of Finance stated that the Board of Executive Directors of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) confirmed...

Dušan Vujović, Serbian Finance Minister

Strong Consensus On Further Reforms Needed

It is today abundantly clear that fiscal consolidation produced tangible economic results. They can only be sustained through...

Siniša Mali Newly Appointed Finance Minister

The National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia today supported with 154 votes the proposal of Prime Minister...

GIZ: 15 Years Of Public Finance Reform

On the 15th anniversary of the German Development Cooperation Project "Public Finance Reform in Serbia", which is being...

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Serbian Red Cross Launches Pioneering Migration Platform

Responding to a significant increase in migrant numbers, the Serbian Red Cross has unveiled a cutting-edge digital platform, earning...

Ghana to Open Embassy in Belgrade

Ghana is set to open an embassy in Belgrade, as announced by Serbia's Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić following a...

Maserati’s Balkan Expansion: New Showroom Opens in Belgrade

Delta Auto Group has unveiled an exclusive Maserati showroom in Belgrade, setting new luxury benchmarks in line with the...

Serbia Charts the Course to Smart Cities with Kragujevac Leading the Way

In a significant development for urban planning and technology in Serbia, a roadmap for smart cities was unveiled today...

Serbia, Slovenia, and Hungary Merge Power Exchanges in Energy Pact

In a significant move to streamline and enhance energy trading in the region, Serbia, Slovenia, and Hungary have unified...