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17. May 2016

Serbian and Algerian presidents to exchange decorations

Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic on Monday started his official visit to Algeria. He will be there until Wednesday and "meet with the country's …
17. May 2016

Nikolic and Chinese official: Xi's visit to Serbia historic

Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic and Chinese Assistant Foreign Minister Liu Haixing agreed that Chinese President Xi Jinping's upcoming visit is …
17. May 2016

"EU integrations could be merged with Foreign Affairs"

EU integrations, covered in the current government by a minister without portfolio, "could be merged with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs." This …
17. May 2016

Chinese president to start European tour in Serbia

Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic Monday met with Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China Liu Haixing. According to …
17. May 2016

UN chief warns implementation of Kosovo deals is "slow"

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has expressed concern over the slow pace of implementation of agreements in the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue over the …
17. May 2016

WB sets aside USD 8.7mn for Drina River basin projects

World Bank's Board of Executive Directors has approved grants totaling USD 8.73 million for the West Balkans Drina River Basin Management …
16. May 2016

WB: EUR 69 million loan for Serbia's public sector reform

Finance Minister Dusan Vujovic and World Bank Country Manager for Serbia Tony Verheijen signed a EUR 69 million results-based loan on Monday. The …
13. May 2016

Pristina: No agreement yet on extending EULEX mandate

No agreement was reached late on Thursday on extending the mandate of the EU mission in Kosovo, EULEX, Pristina media reported. According to the …
12. May 2016

"Ideally, 2 chapters will be opened in first half of 2016"

Germany supports opening of chapters 23 and 24 in Serbia's EU accession talks as soon as possible, the country's ambassador to Serbia has …
11. May 2016

EU donated 3 billion to Serbia over 15 years

Over 15 years, the EU has donated EUR 3 billion to Serbia, EU Delegation head Michael Davenport, said on Wednesday, pledging continued …

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Which are the main Economic challenges for Serbia on its track to the European Union and to achieve an European standard of life?

Actual global economic and financial crisis
Corruption and bureaucracy
Dependence of Serbian economy from foreign investments
Devaluation of Dinar, the national currency
High inflation
Infrastructure and living conditions
Political challenges through the existing political system
Qualification of the workforce and the managerial staff

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