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Baština
2020, iss. 50, pp. 147-161
article language: English
document type: Original Scientific Paper
published on: 20/05/2020
doi: 10.5937/bastina30-25612
Creative Commons License 4.0
Serbia's investment flows in the network of global interests
aUniversity of Tuzla, Federation of B&H
bEuropean University Brčko, Brčko District, B&H

e-mail: lidijavucicevic55@gmail.com, bulatovic.anka@gmail.com

Abstract

Foreign investment as the form of financing does not only reflect its importance on a global but also on a national level of individual countries' economies. In the last two decades, Serbian foreign economic and political developments have undergone a tremolous but persistent struggle for integration into the world's economic trends. Generally speaking, it could be said that there is a diversity in motivation factors among the investors, as well as in overall effects on the host country's balance of payments (BoP) depending on the types of capital investment. Serbia develops partnerships, and each partner has it's own interests and comparable advantages in the country, contributing to Serbia's better position in modern international relations. The aim of this paper is to emphasize Serbia's economic connecting with countries it cooperates with during the last several years, and lessons learned in the period of economic transition and bilateral interconnections.

Keywords

investment trends; global interest; strategy; economy; politics

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