Serbia real estate

UPDATE 1 – Central Bank of Serbia keeps key repo rate at 1.0%

BELGRADE (Serbia), July 8 (SeeNews) – Serbia’s central bank, NBS, announced Thursday that it has decided to keep its key repo rate at 1.0%. In taking this decision, the central bank was guided by the monetary and fiscal policy measures taken previously which should continue to have a positive economic …

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More and more foreigners working in construction in Serbia, Zlatibor full of Turkish masons

While the Serbian masons, hoping for better wages, flee to the West, workers from Turkey arrive in Serbia, especially in Zlatibor where many construction works are underway. About 300 Turks, of various job profiles, are currently working on various construction sites in Zlatibor. They do what Romanians and Albanians did …

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EU Green Agenda for Western Balkans contains risky geopolitical agenda – Carnegie Europe

At a recent Clingendael Institute event, Stine Rasmussen, Policy Officer at the Directorate-General for Climate Action (DG CLIMA), said she was “not very worried about China “as a threat to the European Commission’s green agenda for the Western Balkans. It should be. Allison Carragher Allison Carragher is a Visiting Fellow …

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Belgrade is not for all budgets: is it better to rent than to buy an apartment?

The changes brought about by the global pandemic over the past year and a half have also affected the dynamic real estate market in Serbia. Less migration within the country and more time spent at home has resulted in a surprising downward trend in the market value of rental properties, …

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Court sentences former Serbian officials for crimes committed in Balkan wars

For the first time, senior officials in Serbia’s 1990s war government were linked with involvement in atrocities in neighboring countries, as a war crimes tribunal in The Hague convicted two former Serbian officials on Wednesday for complicity in war crimes committed in the wars that ravaged the Balkans at that …

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Serbia borrows € 200m from EIB to help COVID-19 recovery

BELGRADE, June 30 (Reuters) – Serbia on Wednesday borrowed 200 million euros ($ 237 million) from the European Investment Bank (EIB) and will use the money to help small and medium-sized businesses recover from the crisis. COVID-19 crisis, the lender said. The loan is part of a larger EU financial …

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AE Solar opens office in Serbia with exclusive distribution rights in Balkan region with Dimension Energy – pv magazine International

German Tier 1 solar panel maker AE Solar has just announced its collaboration with local Serbian company – Dimension Energy and granted it exclusive distribution rights for the Balkan region. June 28, 2021 AE Solar The countries of the Western Balkans have to comply with specific European regulations as they …

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Residents of Veliki Crljeni sue EPS electricity utility due to pollution at Kolubara A coal-fired power plant

Fifteen residents of Veliki Crljeni have sued Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) for water, air and soil pollution caused by the Kolubara A coal-fired power plant, a coal dump, an ash dump, a pond of residues as well as a heating plant in Vreoci. It is the first time that Serbian citizens …

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EBRD invests € 42.5 million in CTP’s Green Eurobond to support expansion in Romania and Serbia

BUCHAREST (Romania), June 23 (SeeNews) – The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development announced on Wednesday that it is investing 42.5 million euros ($ 50.7 million) in the euro issue. € 500 million green bonds from Czech property developer CTP to support CTP’s expansion in Romania, Serbia and three other …

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