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Around 6,500 people to leave public sector by late 2016?

IMF Resident Representative in Serbia Sebastian Sosa stated that around 6,500 people more were supposed to leave the public sector by the end of the year. As he said, this means fewer than initially planned, but since the collection of public ..., 1 month ago

Talks on sixth review of IMF's Standby Arrangement with Serbia begin

photo: Lunja/ The Mission of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), headed by James Roef, has started talks on the sixth review of the Precautionary Standby Arrangement with Serbia in Belgrade. The mission will evaluate fiscal ...
 EKapija.com3 days ago
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IMF Mission to arrive in Serbia Thursday

Business & Economy An IMF mission led by James Roaf will visit Belgrade Thursday for discussions on the sixth review under a precautionary stand-by arrangement with Serbia. Source: Tanjug Wednesday, October 19, 2016 | 13:02 (File) ...
 B925 days ago IMF mission in Belgrade on October 20  EKapija.com1 week ago IMF mission to visit Serbia Oct 20-Nov 1  See News1 week ago

"Serbia needs to use investments more efficiently"

Business & Economy Serbia's position and quality workforce can make the country more competitive, but it must use investments more efficiently. Source: Tanjug Tuesday, October 18, 2016 | 15:11 (Tanjug) This is what participants of the ...
 B925 days ago
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New system addresses a historical demand

Argentina's blueberry harvest started Producers met with the regional director of ANSES to ratify a new system that ensures continuity in the collection of the allowances granted by the national body. Thus addressing a historical demand of the ...
 Fresh Plaza2 weeks ago

Meeting with IMF focuses on "railways, capital projects"

Business & Economy Zorana Mihajlovic has met with an IMF delegation to discuss "the reform of the railways, capital projects and improving the business environment in Serbia.2 Source: B92 Thursday, September 22, 2016 | 12:33 (Tanjug) ...
 B921 month ago

Three Punch Combo: Canelo's Next Opponent (Maybe), Oleksandr Usyk, and More.

By Matt Andrzejewski Canelo's Next Move As expected, Saul Canelo Alvarez easily dispatched of Liam Smith in their junior middleweight title bout on Saturday in Texas. As of this moment, Canelo's return is penciled in for December on HBO. But ...
 Sweet Science1 month ago

Salaries and pensions might rise by 4%

Member of the Council of the Governor of the National Bank of Serbia Ivan Nikolic stated on Friday, September 2, that salaries and pensions in the public sector might rise by 4%. There' room for it in any case, as he claims, the only question is ...
 EKapija.com1 month ago

IMF Sees Strong Growth For Serbia

Serbia's economic growth should pick up next year to 2.8 percent after a strong performance of 2.5 percent so far this year, the International Monetary Fund said on September 2. The international lender warned of risks to that scenario, however, ...
 Radio Free Europe1 month ago IMF warns Serbia not to overspend despite "rosy" outlook  Sharenet1 month ago

Man Utd & Juventus shine, Madrid flop: The winners and losers of the summer transfer window

The transfer window has slammed shut until January but which teams got it right and which ones got it wrong over the summer months? WINNERS: DORTMUND Dortmund has become the No. 1 destination for Europe's emerging talent as the signings of ...
 Sokolako1 month ago
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