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AmCham Perspective was a quarterly hard-copy magazine providing extensive information on the organization's members, activities and the overall business climate in Serbia. The magazine was a high- quality medium for members and an outside audience and gained great popularity among the business and policy-making communities, read by over 2000 recipients.
Each issue was dedicated to a relevant business advocacy topic and included insights of knowledgeable and relevant public policy makers, experts, and business leaders.
During 2013 AmCham decided to follow current trends and reach the relevant audiences on-line via e-bulletins and social media..
In this issue, we intended to discover the priorities of the Serbian government and the Serbian business sector in order to overcome challenges that the Serbian economy faces at the moment
In this issue of Perspective, the main topic was Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and it’s importance as a concept of doing business. We hope that flipping through these pages, will inspire you and provide a valuable menu of options that you can further build on and apply in your business
Within this issue we discussed the prospects ahead for the Serbian economy in 2013
In this issue, we explored key topics related to the ICT market in Serbia: investments and economic growth potentials, its regulatory framework and infrastructure
Within this issue of Perspective, AmCham explored key topics related to the energy market and policy, with particular focus to current energy situation in Serbia, energy efficiency and environmental benefits, as well as renewable energy potentials
We explored major challenges and economic outlook for Serbian economy in 2012, including key reform projects and economic measures that should be undertaken in the future period, remaining regulatory challenges faced by investors in the country
In this issue, we explored major important topics within of the Serbian EU integration course and the impact of the process on doing business in Serbia
The celebration of a whole decade of the American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia is marked by the slogan “Lead to succeed“, since we believe that we have managed on our ten-year long road to accomplish most of our ambitions and become a generator of change
In this issue we asked contributors of Perspective to share with our readers their own thoughts and experiences on the vital subjects of legal and ethical compliance, corporrate demonstrations of ethical behavior and social responsibility, ethical needs and prerequisites for companies and why a business cannot afford NOT to be seen observing a code of ethics
Responding to the theme of this issue, our contributors agreed that Serbia`s tax advantages do not mean that the overall fiscal burden is among the lowest in Eurpe and commented on the impact of implementation of the fiscal policy, e-communication with tax payers, and financial market legislation