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Issue no. 3889 - Belgrade, Friday, Oct 20, 2017
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•  Tax Administration’s reform to be in focus in 2018, PM says, discusses payroll tax burden, POPDV form at AmCham gathering.
•  Deutsche Bank’s CEO of CEE region discusses potential projects in Serbia with infrastructure minister.
•  Serbian government adopts agreement on producing preliminary design plan, feasibility study for Novi Sad-Subotica-Kelebija portion of Belgrade-Budapest railway.

•  Bavaria’s European affairs minister meets with Serbian PM, president in Belgrade.
•  Journalists’ Association of Serbia pulls out of working group drafting new media strategy over appointment of state secretary known for misogynistic speech.
•  Zajecar’s ex-assembly chairman Sasa Mirkovic placed under house arrest.

•  Financial offers for state drug maker Galenika to be opened next week if technical documentation is in place, official says.
•  “No cause for concern” for employees, Serbian companies owned by Croatian retail-to-food concern Agrokor, officials say.
•  Foreign Investors Council called on EU to back Serbia’s reform efforts, laid out its recommendations during recent visit to Brussels, Firtel says.
•  Retail park Capitol Park Rakovica opens in EUR 30 million investment.
•  All local governments, 83% of investors surveyed by NALED see positive effects of e-permitting.
•  Oil & gas company NIS tops APR’s list by net profit in 2016.
•  Serbia to preside over EUROCONTROL Permanent Commission in 2018.
•  Government decides to form national tourism development council.
•  Report: German footwear maker submits sole bid to lease bankrupt footwear producer Boreli’s premises.
•  Excelsior hotel rebrands as Mercure Belgrade Excelsior.
•  Serbian firms strike deals worth nearly EUR 6 million at Anuga 2017 food fair in Cologne, PKS says.
•  Belgrade to auction 4,802-square meter garage with land at call price of some EUR 3 million.
•  Zrenjanin planning to expand industrial zone Jugoistok Ecka, mayor says.
•  Dinar snaps 5-day winning run in Thursday’s trading.
•  Belgrade stock indexes end mixed on Thursday.

Country Currency Median Exchange rate (CSD)
EU 1 Euro 119.18
Australia 1 Dollar 79.12
Canada 1 Dollar 80.59
China 1 Yuan 15.22
Denmark 1 Crown 16.01
Japan 100 Yen 89.13
Norway 1 Crown 12.67
Russia 1 Ruble 1.75
Sweden 1 Crown 12.37
Switzerland 1 Franc 102.77
Great Britain 1 Pound 132.12
USA 1 Dollar 100.87

Belgrade, Friday, Oct 20, 2017
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Friday, October 20
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