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Serbia, Measures to attract direct foreign investment boosted industrial growth

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The Prime Minister of Serbia, Ana Brnabić, said on Thursday at the meeting of the Council for the Coordination of Activities and Measures for the Growth of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) that a detailed summary of the results from 2022 is important in order to assess the current state of the economy and react in a timely manner, bearing in mind the unfavorable economic trends in the world.

At the meeting, as announced on the website of the Government of Serbia, it was said that good results were achieved in the field of tourism, information technology and services in the previous year with a significant share in the GDP, and that measures to attract direct foreign investments raised industrial growth.

In agricultural production, it is necessary to take additional measures to protect against natural disasters, first of all to strengthen hail defenses, bearing in mind the increasingly frequent dry years and natural disasters as a consequence of pronounced climate changes.

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It is necessary, as stated, to further develop the field of construction, primarily by further attracting foreign investments, and a special emphasis will be on finding new markets for the export of domestic products.

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