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2013, vol. 61, iss. 1-2, pp. 41-62
Insufficiency of Serbian economy's operating performances: Manifestations, causes and main guidelines of recovery
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Economy, Department of Accounting and Business Finance
Abstract
Serbia faced the economic crisis with powerless and very fragile economy. The inconvenient transition heritage made the consequences of global economic crisis even worse. The companies that had already experienced serious problems approached to bankruptcy. Other, healthier companies, kept some kind of business activity, but they were faced with the lack of capital. Low activity level disabled generating higher incomes. In this way, the possibility of growth based on internal financing sources was limited. More difficult capital obtaining, by means of share issuance, led the companies, due to insufficiently developed capital market, to borrowing at very high costs. The consequences are very worrying. In the first part of this paper, we will try to quantify the consequences of Serbian economy's financial staggering. The aim is to visualize the complexity of financial and structural heritage and to show to what extent it is the burden to the growth of Serbian economy. At the same time, elaborations in this part should serve to identify some prerequisites for the creation of favourable business environment, stimulating to investors and able to provide the economy to operate in normal conditions. Finally, in the third part, we point to the basic guidelines in the process of overcoming financial and structural problems.
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article language: English
document type: Original Scientific Paper
DOI: 10.5937/ekopre1302041M
published in SCIndeks: 18/03/2013