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Nuno Pinto Leite, New General Manager of PepsiCo

Nuno Pinto Leite now heads PepsiCo's operations for the southern markets of Central Europe and the Baltic States,...

Results Of The Sepen’s Study On Packaging Waste

The existing system in Serbia requires additional investments and an increase of the waste disposal fee, as well...

Nenad Miščević, Commercial Director At Pepsico Western Balkans

People – The Most Valuable Investment

I believe that the quality of the workforce, good local suppliers, as well as the existing infrastructure, but also even attractive local companies or brands, represent additional reasons for Serbia to be recognised as an attractive investment destination.

New commercial director at PepsiCo Western Balkans

Nenad Miščević

PepsiCo has appointed Nenad Miščević to the position of Commercial Director for the Western Balkans (Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina). Miščević...

Pepsico Serbia Receives Top Employers Award

03.03.2016PepsiCo Serbia, which acquired company Marbo Product in 2008, received the recognition of Top Employers Europe 2016 and Top Employers Serbia 2016, for the second consecutive year

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Red Star Serbian Football Champion For The Fifth Time In A Row

Red Star football team won the title of Serbian champion by winning at the "Rajko Mitic" stadium over Vozdovac...

Ambassador Hill: The Future Of Serbia Is The West, Not The East

H.E. Christopher Hill, the US Ambassador to Belgrade, stated that choices must be made and that this is such...

Borrell: The European Union Needs European Armed Forces

The European Union needs its own armed forces to ensure its security, said EU Foreign Minister Josep Borrell. Borrell wrote...

U.S. Adds $19.5 Million In New Funds To Development Partnership With Serbia

Today, the United States Government announced an additional $19.5 million in assistance to the Government of Serbia, as part...

UN: Ukraine War Stoked Global Food Crisis That Could Last Years

The United Nations has warned that the war in Ukraine has helped to stoke a global food crisis that could last...