Thursday, September 20, 2018

Tag: U.S.

Resolve Waste Problems More Efficiently

The conference entitled “Environmental Protection - Waste Management”, organised by the American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia (AmCham) and attended by Serbian Environment Minister...

U.S. Ambassador Opens American Pop Art Exhibition

American Ambassador to Serbia H.E. Kyle Scott opened an exhibition entitled “American Pop Art” at Belgrade’s Heritage House (46 Knez Mihailova Street) on 12th...

AmCham Promotes Dialogue To Ease Trade

A conference “Public-Private Dialogue for Facilitation of Foreign Trade”, organised by the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) and the USAID REG project in Serbia,...

USAID And Serbian Government Progress On Making Serbia A BetterPlace To...

On November 16, the United States Agency for International Development USAID, a U.S. government agency, and the Serbian Government, celebrated the achievements of the...

AmCham Business Dialogue With PM Brnabić

The business dialogue event organised by the American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia (AmCham) saw Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić and AmCham members conclude...

Environmental Protection New Field For U.S. Investment

Environmental protection, alongside IT, pharmaceuticals, the auto industry and renewable energy sources, is becoming a new field of potential cooperation and one of the...

U.S. Embassy Marks 9/11

For the 7th year in a row, the U.S. Embassy in Belgrade partnered with the Serbian Red Cross to host a blood drive to honour those who died 16 years ago
CAROLINA HIDEA

Carolina Hidea, Economic Counsellor Of The U.S. Embassy In Belgrade:

We Support Reforms

The United States is supporting the growth and development of the Serbian economy by engaging with the Serbian government and its private sector institutions to build a better and more transparent business environment. It is also active in identifying opportunities in the manufacturing, food and processing industries

Zoran Petrović, President Of The Board Of Gorvernors, AmCham Serbia:

A Catalyst Of Economic Change

AmCham Serbia is the leading independent business association in Serbia with almost 200 of the most successful US, international and local companies from 18 industry sectors. Over the past 15 years, AmCham has been a catalyst of inclusive economic change and a committed promoter of good governance principles in Serbia
AZZA EL-ABD

Azza El-Abd, USAID’s Mission Director For Serbia:

Further Develop Of Democratic Governance Institutions

USAID is committed to continue working with the Serbian government, businesses, and civil society to develop democratic governance institutions that are responsive to citizens’ needs and to expand economic opportunities for the people

Vera Nikolić Dimić, Executive Director Of AmCham Serbia:

Needs Safe Business Environment For Investment

Back in 2001, AmCham Serbia was founded by ten companies with a clear vision and devotion to lead positive change for a better society in Serbia. Our founding members were committed to advocating a level playing field, the rule of law, and introducing the best American and European practices in order to enable a predictable and transparent business environment for every enterprise in Serbia

Hair - 50th Anniversary:

Let The Sunshine In

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the musical Hair influenced a generation as no other musical before or after. Hair was more than just another musical in a city that is renowned for its Broadway musicals. It held out the promise of a new era, an era characterised by peace, love and harmony

USA – Partner 2017

135 Years And Counting

U.S. Government Donates Military Vehicles To Pančevo

Worth nearly $4 million, vehicles were donated by the U.S. Government to the Army of Serbia under the auspices of the American programme to support the Serbian armed forces

AmChamps – YoungLeaders Of Change

22.6.2017 - Program attended by 22 students under the mentorship of 22 successful young managers of the companies that are members of the AmCham

Ambassador Scott: Serbia On Right Track

Serbia is on the right track when it comes to economic reforms, but the journey it has to make is long, U.S. Ambassador Kyle Scott has said in an interview for daily tabloid Kurir

USA Year Dotted With Important Events

I see 2015 as a year bookended by important advances in Serbia’s Euro-Atlantic integration: adoption in January of Serbia’s first NATO Individual Partnership Action Plan (“IPAP”), representing the closest political relationship a country can have with NATO without aspiring to membership, and the opening in December of the first EU accession chapters

USA 2014

Enable for Change in 2014