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Challenges in Serbian agriculture: Reliance on foreign seeds and the struggle for sustainability

The first crop to be sown in the spring planting season in the fields will be sugar beets. Agroanalyst Čedomir Keco confirms that for...

Challenges and triumphs in Serbia’s apple industry

Apple cultivation in Serbia covers more than 25,000 hectares. According to experts, during the middle productive years, around 400,000 tons are produced, with yields...

Serbia’s electricity prices and prospects: Will the state utility adjust to market trends?

The entire economy in Serbia currently pays 120 euros per megawatt-hour for electricity, which is significantly more expensive than the current market prices. The...

The turnover of goods in retail trade recorded a growth of 9.5 percent

The turnover of goods in wholesale trade and retail trade and repair of motor vehicles in Serbia in the last quarter of last year,...

Freedom and Justice Party vice president accuses Minister of Mining and Energy of damaging Serbian economy with high electricity prices

Vice President of the Freedom and Justice Party (SSP) Dušan Nikezić today accused the Minister of Mining and Energy, Dubravka Đedović-Handanović, of "skinning" Serbian...

Serbia as a center in the Balkans for the arrival of foreign companies

The news that several Serbian cities and municipalities were at the top of the list of "European cities and regions of the future" by...
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Challenges and triumphs in Serbia’s apple industry

Apple cultivation in Serbia covers more than 25,000 hectares. According to experts, during the middle productive years, around 400,000 tons are produced, with yields...

Significant growth in Serbia’s pharmaceutical market in 2023: Prescription drugs up by 14.2%, OTC products by 15.9%

The market for prescription drugs has recorded a growth of 14.2% compared to the previous year, reaching a value of 1.2 billion euros in...

Prime Minister opened a new representative office of the software company Wargaming in Belgrade

The President of the Government of Serbia, Ana Brnabić, opened a new representative office of the software company Wargaming Belgrade (Wargaming) in Airport City,...

MTU business results for 2023: Profit over 800 million euros

The company MTU Aero Engines, which has been operating in Serbia since the end of 2022, announced that last year it had a global revenue of...

Messer Tehnogas invests over €150 Million in cutting-edge facilities, driving technological advancements and environmental sustainability

Investing over 150 million euros in new facilities and laboratories, Messer Tehnogas, a leader in the production and distribution of medical, special, and technical...

Serbia as a center in the Balkans for the arrival of foreign companies

The news that several Serbian cities and municipalities were at the top of the list of "European cities and regions of the future" by...
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An independent body should evaluate the Jadar project and its importance for Serbia

Probably the only solution is to form an independent body, as Dr. Branislav Simonović stated in one text, composed of experts, representatives of the...

Concerns mount as Serbian agriculture faces rapid decline

The data from the agricultural census in Serbia has raised concerns among agro-economists who are warning that it is necessary for policymakers to prevent...

Challenges in fruit production: Adverse weather conditions and hope for recovery

Last year, due to adverse weather conditions, we had 260 thousand tons less fruit than in 2022. Although adverse weather conditions repeat from year...

Alarming trends in Serbian agriculture

"The first published agricultural census data show alarming trends in this field. Over the past five years, agricultural land has decreased by more than...

Steel Production and Outsourcing to Serbia: An Opportunity for Growth and Global Expansion

Steel production is a critical industry that forms the backbone of many economies worldwide. In recent years, Serbia has emerged as an attractive destination...
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