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Issue no. 3723 - Belgrade, Friday, Feb 24, 2017
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•  Decision on whether Serbia will hold snap parliamentary elections to be made by Monday, Vucic says.
•  Deadline to apply for bidding for 25-year concession for Belgrade’s international airport pushed back to March 10.
•  Year-on-year inflation rises to 2.4% in January, gets within new target band.
•  Bosnian agent files appeal over ICJ’s 2007 ruling in genocide proceedings against Serbia.

•  EU foreign policy chief to tour Western Balkans, including Serbia, from March 1 to 4.

•  Serbia invites citizens of ex-Yugoslav republics who deposited forex savings at branches of Serbia-based banks to file claims.
•  World Bank Board of Directors approves EUR 47 million project to add some 17,000 preschool spaces for children in Serbia.
•  Serbia can take part in EU-funded cross-border, transnational projects worth EUR 284 million in 2014-2020, line minister says.
•  Deal in sight with private Chinese airline to launch direct Belgrade-Beijing flights, PM says.
•  Top 15 exporters ship EUR 3.9 billion worth of goods in 2016, as carmaker FCA Srbija holds top spot.
•  Serbia had over EUR 1 billion in tourism revenue in 2016, international tourism fair in Belgrade told.
•  Air Serbia’s passenger numbers grow 3% to 2.62 million in 2016.
•  Pan-European medical service provider Affidea opens diagnostic center in Belgrade, as daily learns EUR 4 million invested in project.
•  Serbia launches first phase of GEF-financed project to improve forest ecosystem sustainability worth USD 3.75 million.
•  Vojvodina’s capital investment administration signs contracts for projects to be backed with RSD 1.4 billion.
•  Domestic consortium signs deal for reconstruction, adaptation of Palace of Justice in project funded with EIB loan, works estimated at EUR 16 million.
•  Belgrade’s public transit operator GSP to buy 12 yellow school busses from Novi Sad’s manufacturer Feniksbus.
•  Consortium comprising public company Beograd Put wins bid to produce technical documentation for Francuska Street reconstruction.
•  Banca Intesa offers farmers special working capital loans for spring sowing.
•  Croatian stone processor Kamen takes over further 8.47% of Belgrade-based marble maker Moravamermer, lifts holding to 89.7%.
•  Dinar edges down against euro.
•  Serbia auctions off RSD 4.47 billion worth of seven-year T-bonds at reopening of July 19, 2016 issue.
•  BSE indexes continue to rise on Thursday.

Country Currency Median Exchange rate (CSD)
EU 1 Euro 123.94
Australia 1 Dollar 90.36
Canada 1 Dollar 89.41
Denmark 1 Crown 16.67
Japan 100 Yen 103.79
Norway 1 Crown 14.04
Sweden 1 Crown 13.01
Switzerland 1 Franc 116.35
Great Britain 1 Pound 147.13
USA 1 Dollar 117.07

Belgrade, Friday, Feb 24, 2017
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Friday, February 24
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