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Issue no. 3282 - Belgrade, Thursday, May 28, 2015
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•  Serbia, Albania disagree on Kosovo, but can mitigate differences through dialogue, in peaceful manner, Serbian PM says during “historic” visit to Tirana.
•  Parliament adopts changes to privatization, standardization laws.
•  IMF deal helped lower yields on government bonds, strengthen dinar, NBS governor says, expects first results in efforts to tackle NPLs in early 2016.
•  PayPal confirms businesses, individuals in Serbia can receive payments from abroad.

•  Parliament elects Brankica Jankovic as Serbia’s equality commissioner.

•  Privatization Agency invites bids for majority stakes in 16 companies, assets of five.
•  Public administration minister presents draft law on maximum number of public administration employees, draft law on public administration salaries to parliament’s economic caucus.
•  Serbia launches EUR 1.75 million EU-financed twinning project to improve transportation sector, set to receive EUR 85 million under EU’s IPA for transportation in 2015.
•  GIZ invests EUR 120 million in Serbia so far, GIZ country director says ahead of “Belgrade Dialogues” today, as GIZ marks its 15th anniversary in Serbia.
•  Redemption of penultimate tranche of frozen forex savings bonds to begin on June 1, EUR 331 million set aside in state coffers.
•  US Embassy organizing event today to discuss US food safety modernization act, implications for Serbian suppliers to US market.
•  VTB Banka cuts loss to RSD 62.2 million in 2014, plans EUR 7 million recapitalization as regulatory capital falls short of requirement.
•  Travel agency Recreatours puts up for sale assets of three holiday resorts, hotel, land at combined starting price of RSD 710.7 million.
•  Ikarbus to make 12 Mercedes-Benz-badged busses for Pancevo’s Autotransport in EUR 1.7 million deal.
•  Source: Energy regulator temporarily revokes license of fuel retailer and wholesaler Knez Petrol, five others over technical problems.
•  Dinar edges down against euro
•  Belgrade stocks extend losses to 2nd day.

Country Currency Median Exchange rate (CSD)
EU 1 Euro 120.87
Australia 1 Dollar 85.19
Canada 1 Dollar 88.85
Denmark 1 Crown 16.21
Japan 100 Yen 89.42
Norway 1 Crown 14.25
Sweden 1 Crown 13.03
Switzerland 1 Franc 116.76
Great Britain 1 Pound 170.10
USA 1 Dollar 110.74
Thursday, May 28
Mostly cloudy. Low 10º C. High 17º C
Friday, May 29
Mostly sunny. Low 10º C. High 22º C
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