GM Filip Borsik interview for In focus Austria.

Amendments to the tax laws and Regulation on the procedure and manner of postponing the payment of due taxes and contributions

On December 17, 2020, the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia adopted laws on amendments to several tax laws:

IB Interbilanz Consulting & Audit d.o.o. at the new address

We would like to inform you that from 1.2.2020 you can find us at the new address Milentija Popovića 5V – Savograd, in the immediate vicinity of the hotel “Hajat” and “Kraun plaza”, the Business palace of NIS – Gasprom and Delta holding. You are welcome to visit us. 

Central bank once again keeps key policy rate unchanged

The Executive Board of the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) on Wednesday voted to keep the key policy rate at 3.0%.

15 state-owned companies to be sold by end of year

Tenders to privatize 15 out of 85 companies in the competence of the Serbian Ministry of Economy can be expected by the end of the year.

Serbians excel at programming blockchain tech and games

The Belgrade-Novi Sad startup ecosystem has for the first time been included in a group of 54 such systems highlighted by the US-based Startup Genome.

IMF praises Serbia for attracting foreign investments

Martijn praised excellent results on foreign direct investment, which in the first four months amounted to EUR 1.2 billion, a better result than last year.


GM Filip Borsik interview for In focus Austria

GM Filip Borsik interview for In focus Austria.


Serbian IT exports “to reach EUR 2bn euros in 3 years”

Serbia’s IT service exports reached around 1.15 billion euros in 2018 and will hit the 2 billion euro mark in just three years.

intebrilanz news vw Linglong

“Linglong’s arrival to help bring Volkswagen to Serbia”

Linglong coming to Serbia sends a good message to all investors and also affects Volkswagen, which will be looking at the situation. This is according to Linglong Chairman Wang Feng.


Western Balkans’ economy to grow 3.7% in 2019-20, outlook vulnerable – World Bank

TIRANA (Albania), April 2 (SeeNews) – The World Bank said on Tuesday it foresees economic growth in the Western Balkans to average 3.7% in 2019-20 with outlook vulnerable to

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