Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications
"Digital literacy is one of the biggest shortcomings in education and lagging in relation to other areas such as medicine and banking. That is why it is essential that the teaching is innovated and that we raise children's skills, and the role of teachers is crucial in that"
The Serbian Chamber of Commerce (PKS) and the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications awarded to the most successful domestic product and corporate brands at the final ceremony of the "Best of Serbia 2017" campaign.
Tatjana Matić, State Secretary Of The Ministry Of Trade, Tourism And Telecommunications
Increasing use of broadband internet, which allows high-speed data transfer rates, by just 10 per cent impacts on the growth of GDP by up to 1.5%. And it is also known that GDP and employment grow in parallel
President of the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce-AHK, Ronald Seeliger, opened the third Serbian Visions multi-congress on 24th November, with the event organised jointly by...
This occasion saw the National Day of Serbia celebrated with a full-day programme in Astana
4th conference and fair aiming to help improve the quality of education through the use of information and communication technologies
A working meeting was attended by Prime Minister Vučić, Ingeborg Øfsthus, the CEO of Telenor Serbia, H. E. Arne Sannes Bjørnstad, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway in Belgrade and Rasim Ljajić, the Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications
Ministry Of Trade, Tourism And Telecommunications
The digitisation of terrestrial television in Serbia was the biggest job and greatest endeavour in this domain since 1924, when Radio Belgrade was founded, and 1958, when the first television broadcast in Serbia was emitted
Bojana Todorović, Assistant Minister At The Serbian Ministry Of Trade, Tourism And Telecommunications
Even after ten years, the Economic community of the countries of Central Europe respects diversity and fosters tolerance and compromise