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Milojko Arsić

Unwrapping the Carrot

EU Growth Plan

The EU’s Economic and Investment Plan for the Western Balkans possesses significant transformative potential and is capable of...

Milojko Arsić, Professor at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Economics

Capacities Exist, But So Do Unknowns

Despite Serbia’s administrative capacities being smaller compared to the countries of Western and Central Europe, it is ahead...

What Awaits Us In 2024? 

Fragile Optimism

The outbreak of war in the Middle East only serves to further complicate a global economic situation that...

Milojko Arsić, professor of the University of Belgrade Faculty of Economics

Uncertain Gains

Although 2024’s economic growth could be only slightly higher than this year’s, the fundamentals of that growth could...

Sanctions Against Russia & Their Economic Repercussions

We Have Enough Worries Without Poor Decisions

Prior to making a political decision on whether or not to impose sanctions against Russia, the new Government...

Milojko Arsić Ph.D., Professor At The University Of Belgrade Faculty Of Economics

There Will Always Be Bread, But Not Smarts

Even during the times of the harshest sanctions imposed during the 1990s, enough food products were still available...

Is Inflation Our Destiny (Again)?

He Who Sows Incorrectly Has Small Hope Of A Bountiful Harvest

This time around, inflation didn’t occur as a result of the excessive printing of dinars, unlike many of...

Milojko Arsić, University Of Belgrade Faculty Of Economics

We’re Adding Fuel To The Fire

Tackling inflation represents the best way to preserve citizens’ living standards, while possible attempts to prevent standards from...

Milojko Arsić, Professor Of The University Of Belgrade Faculty Of Economics

New Challenges – Old Baggage

There’s no high risk of a public debt crisis or a banking crisis in Serbia for now, but...

News

German Companies Seek Suppliers from the Western Balkans

In Munich, 99 suppliers from the Western Balkans, including 22 from Serbia, engaged in talks with representatives from 20...

EU and Serbia Strengthen Bonds Through Cultural Heritage Initiatives

The European Union is intensifying its cultural engagement in Serbia, as highlighted at a panel discussion in Užice, part...

Serbian Buyers Emerge as Major Players in Croatian Property Market

Historically, Slovenians have been the principal property buyers in Croatia, consistently leading in acquisitions with 3,403 properties bought last...

The Foreign Investors Council and EBRD Hosted Conference On Financial Services

The Foreign Investors Council of Serbia, in cooperation with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), organised the...

Belgrade Prepares for Expo 2027 with a Focus on Play and Creativity

Belgrade is gearing up to host the Specialized Expo 2027, a global event set to captivate the world from...