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Issue no. 3006 - Belgrade, Thursday Apr. 17, 2014
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•  Serbia’s new parliament holds inaugural session, set to reconvene on April 23 to elect new speaker.
•  Corruption watchdog calls on government to look into discrepancies in data on EPS’ electricity trading, price differences, as EPS refutes claims.
•  GDP growth in Serbia, most other EU candidate countries stronger than expected, European Commission says.
•  DRI files charges against Goran Jesic over budget misspending while serving as Indjija mayor.

•  Media laws important segment of chapters 23, 24 of EU membership talks, Serbia’s chief negotiator says.
•  Ex-Belgrade city manager, eight others to be held in detention up to 30 days over suspected wrongdoing in reconstruction of main boulevard, alleged EUR 6 million damage.

•  Over 400 fixed numbers ported in first 15 days, regulator says, as consumer association APOS says process marred by problems.
•  Preparatory court hearing in Serbia’s first-ever class action lawsuit, against three banks, scheduled for June 16.
•  Report: seven state-owned firms racked up combined net loss of RSD 51.4 billion in 2013.
•  Telecoms ministry official calls for swift adoption of broadband strategy, as EU official warns new media laws urgently needed for completing digital switchover by envisaged deadline.
•  RATEL, RRA no longer required to subsidize film industry as related legal provisions are declared constitutional, RATEL director says.
•  Modernization of Vinca landfill estimated at EUR 250 million-EUR 300 million, Mali says.
•  Recycling firms urge state to improve collection of environmental tax.
•  South Korean modeling clay maker Jumping Clay plans to open a factory in Serbia, PKS says.
•  Air Serbia to boost flights to three destinations on Adriatic coast during summer schedule.
•  Daily Blic names entrepreneur of the year 2013, Societe Generale awards prize money.
•  NALED, USAID launch two-year brownfield revitalization program in Serbia.
•  Srpska Banka swings to loss in 2013, unaudited results show.
•  State forest management company Srbijasume says operates with profits, made RSD 50.4 million gross profit in 2013.
•  Dinar keeps steady, as NBS buys EUR 10 million on forex market.
•  Belgrade stocks end mixed.

Country Currency Median Exchange rate (CSD)
EU 1 Euro 115.5125
Australia 1 Dollar 78.1335
Canada 1 Dollar 75.8255
Denmark 1 Crown 15.4687
Japan 100 Yen 81.8193
Norway 1 Crown 13.9678
Sweden 1 Crown 12.6604
Switzerland 1 Franc 94.8223
Great Britain 1 Pound 140.4749
USA 1 Dollar 83.4568

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