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Issue no. 3844 - Belgrade, Friday, Aug 18, 2017
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•  GOVERNMENT PROPOSES BILL ON ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS, ELECTRONIC IDENTIFICATION, TRUST SERVICES IN ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS.
•  Government sends bill on changes to bankruptcy law to parliament to debate in urgent procedure.
•  Agriculture, labor ministries ink memorandum with NALED, Germany’s GIZ to cooperate on establishing simplified system of employing seasonal agricultural workers.
•  Source: Vucic should meet Trump before end-2017.
•  German automotive supplier Continental seeking premises in Novi Sad for R&D center, top man in Serbia says.


•  NBS buys EUR 15 million on forex market as dinar extends winning run to 6th day.
•  Government reappoints Jasmina Milosevic acting director of Traffic Safety Agency.
•  Vojvodina government proposes province’s fresh 2017 budget revision.
•  Agriculture minister, ambassador agree for talks to be intensified on investments of India’s leading tractor, farm machinery producers in Serbia.
•  Over 150 representatives of Turkish agribusinesses, retail chains expected to attend agricultural forum in Belgrade next week.
•  Novi Sad’s chemicals wholesaler Promist buys assets of bankrupt Pancevo glassworks for RSD 416.9 million.
•  Overhaul costs for Resnik-Valjevo section of Belgrade-Bar railway fall USD 10 million short of plan, RZD International top man says.
•  Turkish auto components maker Teklas Automotive to break ground for new plant in Vladicin Han today.
•  Replacing Libor with Sonia would have negligible impact on Serbian market, news agency told at NBS.
•  Local governments’ land development fee collection in H1 rises 19% against comparable period prior to 2014 legislative changes, USAID BEP says.
•  Swedish fashion giant H&M unveils its 1st store in Kragujevac.
•  ProCredit Bank’s total lending portfolio grows 4.7% in H1, contributes to German parent institution’s lending portfolio expansion.
•  BSE indexes continue to rise on Thursday.

Country Currency Median Exchange rate (CSD)
EU 1 Euro 119.29
Australia 1 Dollar 80.23
Canada 1 Dollar 80.25
China 1 Yuan 15.22
Denmark 1 Crown 16.03
Japan 100 Yen 92.92
Norway 1 Crown 12.75
Russia 1 Ruble 1.71
Sweden 1 Crown 12.50
Switzerland 1 Franc 105.65
Great Britain 1 Pound 131.00
USA 1 Dollar 101.63

Belgrade, Friday, Aug 18, 2017
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