Acting director of the Development Agency of Serbia (RAS)
Presentation on “Business Opportunities for Belgian Companies in Serbia” jointly organised by the Development Agency of Serbia (RAS), Economic and Trade Office - Embassy of Belgium, Belgian-Serbian Business Association and The Embassy of Belgium in Serbia was held in Belgrade. Read more
Presentation on “Business Opportunities for Belgian Companies in Serbia” jointly organised by the Development Agency of Serbia (RAS), Economic and Trade Office - Embassy...
Russia and Serbia signed an Agreement on Cooperation between the Direct Investments Fund of the Russian Federation and the Development Agency of Serbia. The...
Radoš Gazdić, Acting Director of the Development Agency of Serbia (RAS)
The Development Agency of Serbia (RAS) has around a hundred active projects at any given moment, which confirms the fact that Serbia is an extremely attractive investment destination. At the same time, there is a growing number of foreign investments that imply the transfer of higher-level technology. In the period ahead, RAS will continue to work intensively on the inclusion of local companies in international supply chains.
The Development Agency of Serbia (RAS) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) marked the completion of a four-year Private Sector Development Project (PSD), which contributed to the development of small and medium-sized enterprises and entrepreneurs in the south and southwest Serbia.
Representatives of the Serbian Development Agency (RAS) and the Japanese Business Alliance in Serbia (JBAS) have signed a memorandum of cooperation aimed at more...
Radoš Gazdić, Acting Director Of The Development Agency Of Serbia (RAS)
As of recently, Serbia has been able to boast that, thanks to its active foreign investment policy, it has also become an attractive destination for Japanese companies. Also testifying to this is the visit of a JETRO delegation to Serbia after a gap of almost a decade. The occasion of this visit saw the trade sectors and the industries of ICT, construction, energy, chemicals, automotive and food production highlighted as potentially interesting areas for investment