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Country data

Population:
9.1 million (including Kosovo)
Area:
102,000 sq km
Capital:
Belgrade
Currency:
Dinar

Key developments and challenges

  • Private sector development has lagged behind most regional comparators. Many existing private companies are marked by weak standards of management practice and corporate governance, and Serbia scores poorly in international comparisons of competitiveness and ease of doing business.
  • The restructuring and privatization of state-owned companies has lagged in recent years and is yet to be finalised.
  • Private sector involvement in transport and municipal and environmental infrastructure has been very limited to date, and there are almost no examples of successful PPPs.
  • The availability of investment capital backed by substantial value-added support remains relatively low. In particular there is little private equity capital for SMEs. Participation of local institutional investors in Serbia’s private equity market remains largely non-existent.

Serbia in the 2013 Transition Report

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Our work in Serbia

In Serbia we focus on developing transport infrastructure, boosting small business and promoting renewable energy.

Serbia

Key facts about the EBRD's work in Serbia

No. of projects

177

Net EBRD investment

€3.5 billion

Gross disbursements

€2.5 billion

Portfolio in private sector

44%

 

Last updated 31 March 2014

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Our strategy in Serbia

In the forthcoming strategy period, the Bank’s main strategic orientations will include enhancing the role and competitiveness of the private sector, bolstering the banking sector, deepening the financial intermediation and developing sustainable and efficient public utilities.

 

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CONTACTS

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Spanskih boraca 3, 6th floor
11070 Novi Beograd
Serbia
Tel: +381 11 212 0529/0530/0531
Fax: +381 11 212 0534