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Serbia Boasts the Most Appealing Foreign Trade Agreement Regime in Europe

Serbia is the only country in Europe that has signed Free Trade Agreements with China, the Eurasian zone, and Turkey, as well as a...

Serbia’s Key Trading Partners Remain Unchanged: Germany, China, and Italy Lead the Way

In 2023, Serbia's most significant foreign trade partners were Germany, China, and Italy, contributing to a total trade deficit of 4.7 billion euros. Last...

Serbia’s External Relations Outlook: Anticipating Developments in 2024

How December elections story will end up Beginning of 2024 found Serbia in political crisis due to the dispute over December elections results. This post-election...

Burgeoning Trade: Greek-Serbian Economic Partnership Shows Upward Trend

Some 360 Greek and Serbian business owners participated in a Serbian-Greek business forum held during the Greek prime minister’s visit to Serbia on Monday. Serbia’s...

Novi Sad Commodity Exchange Witnesses Decline in Trading Volume Last Year

The past year was exceptionally uncertain, as geopolitical events worldwide significantly impacted global markets, subsequently affecting our region, as stated in the annual report...

Unlocking Opportunities: Serbia’s Free Trade Accord with China

On October 17th, in Beijing, with the presence of the presidents Aleksandar Vučić and Xi Jinping, the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the Republic...

Serbia’s External Trade Dynamics Unveiled: A Closer Look at Q4 2023

Current data on foreign trade indicate an intensified reduction in dynamics, primarily due to an increase in imports, which recorded a year-on-year value decline...

Serbia Records a 0.9% Surge in Total Trade Volume

The total foreign trade of goods for Serbia for the period January-November 2023 amounts to: 64,785.4 million USD – an increase of 0.9% compared to...
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