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Issue no. 3200 - Belgrade, Tuesday Jan. 27, 2015
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•  Euro above RSD 123 as dinar loses 0.5%, hits new all-time low.
•  NBS not in favor of hasty solutions to Swiss franc loan problem, to hold discussions with banks next week, governor says.
•  Lawyers go back to work after four-month strike.
•  Daily: Brussels mulls June 25 and October 15 as possible dates for opening first chapters of Serbia’s EU accession talks.

•  Justice minister expects changes to law on enforcement and security to be ready in mid-2015.

•  First Finnish Sisu Auto truck model to be made at Priboj truck maker FAP’s plant unveiled in Helsinki, as Serbian PM calls on Finnish businesspeople to invest in Serbia.
•  Telekom Srbija files bid for remaining 7.25% of Dunav Banka.
•  Customs Administration links all outposts to EU-backed New Computerized Transit System.
•  Law envisaging reduction of greenhouse gas emissions to be adopted by end-2015, ministry official says.
•  Turkish investor eyes bankrupt apparel maker Kluz-Srem, Ruma mayor says.
•  Take-home pay jumps 13.5% in real terms in December, as 2014 average monthly salary decreases 1.5% against 2013.
•  Belgrade stocks continue to rise on Monday.
•  BSE indexes end mixed last week.

Country Currency Median Exchange rate (CSD)
EU 1 Euro 122.9018
Australia 1 Dollar 86.4957
Canada 1 Dollar 88.1585
Denmark 1 Crown 16.5091
Japan 100 Yen 93.1145
Norway 1 Crown 14.0993
Sweden 1 Crown 13.1732
Switzerland 1 Franc 124.7228
Great Britain 1 Pound 164.7477
USA 1 Dollar 109.7730

Belgrade, Monday Jan. 26, 2015
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Tuesday, January 27
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Wednesday, January 28
Mostly cloudy. Low -1º C. High 2º C.
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