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The pharmaceutical company Galenika achieved a strategic expansion of its product portfolio

During the previous year, in Serbia and the regional markets where it operates, Galenika registered 129 products, while 77 were put into circulation. The company...

Serbian companies are increasingly looking for clean energy

Last year, the European electricity exchanges stabilized and the average wholesale price per megawatt hour hovered around 110 euros. Serbian companies are increasingly looking for...

Most paid jobs in Serbia

By far the most productive worker in Serbia deals with real estate, but mostly in a foreign company. In one year, he managed to create...

New gas connections with North Macedonia

By connecting gas with Bulgaria, as well as starting the construction of a new interconnector with North Macedonia, Serbia can become a significant energy...

Serbia’s transmission system operator announces prequalification call for key energy efficiency project

Serbia's Transmission System Operator, Elektromreža Srbije, has announced a prequalification call within the framework of the Regional Energy Efficiency Program in the Transmission System...

The British are also in the game for financing the construction of RHPPs in Serbia

The Minister of Mining and Energy, Dubravka Đedović Handanović, spoke in London with the executive director of UK Export Finance, Tim Reed, about opportunities...
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The pharmaceutical company Galenika achieved a strategic expansion of its product portfolio

During the previous year, in Serbia and the regional markets where it operates, Galenika registered 129 products, while 77 were put into circulation. The company...

Serbian companies are increasingly looking for clean energy

Last year, the European electricity exchanges stabilized and the average wholesale price per megawatt hour hovered around 110 euros. Serbian companies are increasingly looking for...

Most paid jobs in Serbia

By far the most productive worker in Serbia deals with real estate, but mostly in a foreign company. In one year, he managed to create...

Serbia plans second round of renewable energy auctions, targets 1,300 MW Capacity

Serbia plans to launch this year the second round of auctions for renewable energy capacity whereby at least 400 MW of wind and solar...

New gas connections with North Macedonia

By connecting gas with Bulgaria, as well as starting the construction of a new interconnector with North Macedonia, Serbia can become a significant energy...

Serbia’s transmission system operator announces prequalification call for key energy efficiency project

Serbia's Transmission System Operator, Elektromreža Srbije, has announced a prequalification call within the framework of the Regional Energy Efficiency Program in the Transmission System...
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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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