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Business Luncheons/Breakfasts

AmCham Business Luncheons and Breakfasts are designed to create a venue for open dialogue between the AmCham business community and key government decision-makers and representatives of important international or local institutions and organizations. The luncheons/breakfasts present a unique occasion for AmCham members to obtain insights and gain a better grasp of future policy plans and directions of local and international leaders.

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Focus on the Economy and New Investments

18.09.2007. | New US Ambassador in Serbia Cameron Munter Speaks with Member Companies of the American Chamber of Commerce

The United States remains committed to economic development, job creation and further expansion of investment opportunities in Serbia as this can best help the people of Serbia become an integrated part of a Europe free and at peace, new U.S. Ambassador to Serbia Cameron Munter reiterated today at the first official business luncheon with the members of the American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia. The future of Serbia is business, said Ambassador Munter.

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Building Partnership between Investors and Municipalities

24.04.2007. | American Chamber of Commerce Business Breakfast with the Mayors of Inđija, Vranje and Loznica

Permanent and constructive dialogue between investors and representatives of the authorities at all the levels, including the municipalities, is the key prerequisite for establishing a stimulating business and investment climate. This was underlined at the traditional business breakfast organized by the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham), where the guests of honor were the Mayors of Inđija, Vranje and Loznica.

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Serbia Economic Performance Improved a Lot but More Reforms Are Still Needed

27.03.2007. | The first AmCham Business Breakfast in 2007 with World Bank Country and IMF representatives in Serbia

Over 70 representatives of AmCham member companies attended AmCham Business Breakfast on March 27, 2007 at the Hyatt Hotel, featuring Ms. Carolyn Jungr, WorldBank Country Manager for Serbia, and Mr. Harald Hirschhofer, IMF ResidentRepresentative in Serbia as guest speakers.

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