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2010, vol. 15, iss. 3, pp. 345-357
Uticaj poslovnog ambijenta na razvoj realnog sektora u Srbiji meren međunarodnim indikatorima
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University of Kragujevac, Technical Faculty, Čačak
Keywords: business conditions; economy real sector; international indicators and benchmarks
Serbia is a member of the United Nations, Council of Europe, BSEC, and will preside over the CEFTA in 2010. Serbia is classified as an emerging and developing economy by the International Monetary Fund and an upper-middle income economy by the World Bank, with a gross national income of $9,830 per capita in 2007 (at current exchange rates, World Bank data). Serbia ranks lower than Croatia and Bulgaria, but higher than Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Social exclusion is quantitatively and qualitatively limited. WTO accession is expected in 2010. Serbia has a high Human Development Index and Freedom House, in 2008 listed Serbia as one of the few free Balkan states. The country is also an EU membership applicant and a neutral country. Business ambient could have an more positive effect, but implementation of the reforms are very week.


article language: Serbian
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published in SCIndeks: 01/02/2011

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