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Issue no. 3329 - Belgrade, Monday, Aug 03, 2015
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•  General government deficit in 2015 likely to be 3.5% of GDP, additional fiscal consolidation measures needed to keep it at same level in 2016, Fiscal Council says.
•  More investment funds than telecom companies among potential suitors for Telekom Srbija, daily learns, as line minister says bids to be invited today, state has plan B if it does not get suitable price.
•  Parliament passes law on maximum numbers of public sector employees.
•  12% electricity price hike, including newly introduced 7.5% excise tax, takes effect.

•  Finance Ministry prepares starting points, principles for resolving issue of Vojvodina’s financing.
•  Small border crossing between Serbia, Hungary reopened to ease pressure during peak tourist seasons.

•  Parliament adopts changes to public procurement law, public debt law, other laws.
•  GDP grows 0.9% year-on-year in Q2, flash estimate shows.
•  Industrial production up 18.6% year-on-year in June.
•  Belgrade mayor expects bids for PKB to be invited in September.
•  Deadline to bid for Belgrade broadcaster Studio B pushed back again.
•  Vouchers for people spending summer holidays in Serbia to be issued in 2016 as well, trade and tourism minister says.
•  Construction ministry to file criminal complaint over agribusiness PK Zlatibor case, as working group concludes case should be handled in repeat procedure by “first instance body.”
•  Belgrade’s Vojvode Stepe Street opens for traffic after year-long reconstruction.
•  Public enterprises to pay RSD 4.5 billion to Belgrade’s city coffers out of 2014 profits, assistant mayor says.
•  Businessman buys one-time footwear maker Sloga’s facilities in Kikinda, intends to launch cheese production under EUR 500,000 investment.
•  Serbia’s tourist info center to open in Tokyo.
•  Cacanska Banka launches special offer of dinar, revolving loans for SMEs, entrepreneurs.
•  AIK Banka moves headquarters from Nis to Belgrade.
•  Dinar slips marginally against euro on Friday.
•  NBS sells EUR 1 million, buys EUR 1 million in two-week forex swap.
•  BSE indexes gain ground on Friday.
•  PRODEX goes up 2.76 points last week, as trade value swells to RSD 77.74 million.

Country Currency Median Exchange rate (CSD)
EU 1 Euro 120.16
Australia 1 Dollar 79.82
Canada 1 Dollar 83.39
Denmark 1 Crown 16.09
Japan 100 Yen 88.23
Norway 1 Crown 13.36
Sweden 1 Crown 12.68
Switzerland 1 Franc 113.31
Great Britain 1 Pound 170.92
USA 1 Dollar 109.45

Belgrade, Monday, Aug 03, 2015
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Monday, August 03
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