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Issue no. 3640 - Belgrade, Tuesday, Oct 25, 2016
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•  Serbian, Slovenian governments hold joint session in Belgrade, as Serbia-Slovenia business forum gathers 250 businesspeople.
•  Implementation of stand-by arrangement proceeding successfully, NBS says following plenary meeting with IMF mission.
•  Individuals who monitored movements of Montenegrin PM detained in Serbia, senior police official under investigation for sharing information with foreign intelligence agencies, Vucic says.

•  Five ex-Yugoslav republics agree to launch international tendering procedure to sell diplomatic, consular real estate worth at least USD 42 million, Serbia to get 39.5% of sale proceeds, daily writes.

•  Serbia’s surcharges on milk, dairy products imported from EU to be discussed in Brussels on November 4, agriculture minister announces, says subsidies should be awarded based on milk quality.
•  Government to discuss proposal concerning privatization of spa resorts this week, daily learns.
•  State to offer agricultural land for lease to investors from 2017, minimum investment to be set at EUR 500,000, agriculture minister says.
•  Bulgarian home textile maker Kalinel to get EUR 710,000 in investment subsidies to launch production in Bosilegrad under EUR 1.86 investment, create 250 jobs over three years.
•  Vojvodina, China’s Hainan Province ink letter of intent to boost cooperation.
•  Former car maker Zastava Automobili’s bankruptcy to be settled out of court due to lack of reorganization plan.
•  Works launched on EUR 12.6 million building under 2nd phase of science park project at Novi Sad university.
•  Energy ministry invites local governments to apply for grants for energy efficiency projects.
•  Economy Ministry seeks bids for infrastructural works worth estimated RSD 54.2 million at Beles industrial zone in Dimitrovgrad.
•  Assets of bankrupt concern Farmakom MB’s agribusiness 7. J
•  Dinar edges down on Monday.
•  Belgrade stocks close up on Monday.
•  BSE indexes rise last week as bonds push overall trading to RSD 1.62 billion.

Country Currency Median Exchange rate (CSD)
EU 1 Euro 123.20
Australia 1 Dollar 86.36
Canada 1 Dollar 84.92
Denmark 1 Crown 16.56
Japan 100 Yen 108.40
Norway 1 Crown 13.71
Sweden 1 Crown 12.70
Switzerland 1 Franc 113.14
Great Britain 1 Pound 113.83
USA 1 Dollar 113.23

Belgrade, Tuesday, Oct 25, 2016
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