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2010, vol. 58, br. 5-6, str. 219-228
Transition balance of Serbian economy
(naslov ne postoji na srpskom)
Republic Development Bureau, Belgrade
Ključne reči: transition business scores; financial indicators economic structure; indebtedness; liquidity; solvency; annulled privatizations
Sažetak
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The global economic crisis hampered the realization of structural reforms and was manifested as a combination of the crisis of solvency and productivity of the real sector. The initiated reform processes, in spite of some positive trends registered, have not managed to wipe out long-standing, accumulated problems nor negative effects of key limitations, which led to inefficient economy and deprivation of capacities to boost its productivity and competitiveness. A large decrease in domestic and foreign demand, a limited and more complicated access to financial sources, diminished foreign investment and the inflow of funds from donations and remittances, and a drop in purchasing power of citizens led to increased indebtedness, lower liquidity and solvency, and initiation of bankruptcy procedures for a large number of enterprises. The process of transformation of social and state enterprises is not complete. Large industrial loss-makers increasingly burden macroeconomic balances. Transformation of state public enterprises is in its early days. A new model of economic growth needs to be based on strategic planning of economic development.
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