Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla Airport welcomed yesterday its seven millionth passenger of the year, setting a record compared to the pre-pandemic year of 2019 when 6.2 million passengers were hosted.
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According to research conducted by the Serbian Geodetic Authority, only 25 percent of all properties in Serbia belong to women, and women are the owners of around six percent of real estate in the country, said Milana(read more)
During the third quarter, banks approved RSD 19.2 bn in new loans to companies, a 1.2 per cent increase.
The Society for the Protection and Study of Birds of Serbia, the Institute for Biological Research Siniša Stanković, and 12 environmental civil society organizations have submitted objections to the Detailed Regulation(read more)
Telekom Serbia is preparing to sell telecommunication antenna towers and their accompanying infrastructure, including transformer stations, solar panels, and part of the land, according to BIRN.
The twenty largest debtors owe Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) a total of EUR 175.34 mn for unpaid electricity, according to Nova.
The Serbian economy increased its annual business revenues by just under a fifth to RSD 17.2856 tn last year, total profits rose by a quarter to RSD 864.2 bn, while the overall loss increased by four percent, reaching(read more)
The deadline for participation in the public tender for the purchase of Slavija Hotels expired on Friday, and experts expect significant interest from potential buyers for both properties – Hotel Slavija and Slavija(read more)