Doing Business with Serbia

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GMB Publishing Ltd, 2006 - Business & Economics - 357 pages
This second edition of Doing Business with Serbia is the definitive English language guide to investment potential, commercial opportunity and business practice in Serbia. The guide provides an objective and timely assessment of current economic climate, investment opportunities, and an insight into the rules of business engagement in Serbia's vibrant and fast moving economy. In addition, the guide will include detailed profiles of industry sectors and individual companies. CONTRIBUTORS INCLUDE: Bedminster Capital, Belgrade Institute of Economics, Ernst & Young, Harrisons Solicitors, Karanovic & Nikolic Advokati, Metals Bank, Serbian Investment and Export Promotion Agency, Sinteza, SRPSKA BANKA a.d., and other experts with a detailed knowledge of the country.

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Book is awesome except it does not focus more on weak rule of law. Book also mentions some companies like Sinteza Invest Group which are under investigation for fraud and were suspended for insider trading. Overal great book, everyone should read it.

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Transport terminal and River terminal on the Danube.
We yave 20 hectares land of private property and comlete
infrastructure,projesct and buildin permits.
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Part Two Financial Markets and the Investment Environment
Part Three Market Potential
Part Four The Taxation and Legal Environment
Part Five Serbias Dynamic Companies
Part Six Appendices
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Dr. Marat Terterov holds a Ph.D. from St.Antony‚s College, Oxford. He is author of over a dozen books addressing the business environment in the former Soviet Union and the Middle East. He recently co-authored a major USAID study evaluating privatization in Egypt and, as a consultant to the UK government, has advised British companies on Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and other countries. He speaks frequently at the Centre for International Briefing and is author of academic articles on the Middle East and the former Soviet Union. He also holds a Chevening Scholarship. He has edited over a dozen books for Global Market Briefings on foreign investment in countries of the former Soviet Union, the Balkans and the Middle East, including Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Serbia, Croatia, Bahrain, Egypt and Libya.

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