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Serbia has made progress, but much more left to do

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The European Commission’s 2016 Serbia report takes note of the country’s major progress in many areas, but there is much more that remains to be done, it was said at Tuesday’s presentation of the report at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia (PKS).

The report indicates that Serbia has achieved progress in macroeconomic stability, encouraging economic growth and reforming the public administration, but that it needs to strengthen the rule of law and be more committed to fighting corruption, the conference was told.

Serbia has made an ambitious start to implementation of reforms and they are already producing results, which need to be even more concrete, said the head of the EU Delegation to Serbia, Michael Davenport.

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Serbia is resolutely moving toward its strategic goal of European integration, Davenport said, noting the PKS’s role in this.

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