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AmCham points out on three priorities for making real estate industry investment friendly


During June, Amcham’s Real Estate Committee had two consultative meetings with representatives of the Ministry of Construction, Transportation and Infrastructure on amendments to the Law on Planning and Construction. The Committee was invited to submit its top priorities for improving the draft text of the new law. Three key areas were identified: enhancements aimed at improved implementation of the new procedure for issuing construction permits; resolving problems with implementation of the conversion of the right to use and lease land into the right of ownership; and reform of the contribution for land development.

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The First Generation of AmChamps Young Leaders in Change Graduates


On Friday, June 27, the first generation of the "AmChamps -Young Leaders in Change" program, attended a certificate-award ceremony at the residence of the U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission in Serbia, marking the end of the regular part of the current program

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Brieffing Session with the Business Registry


On Wednesday, June 25th, AmCham hosted a briefing session with the Business Registry. Focus of the discussion was on the practical aspects of the application of the Company Law and the Law on Pledge of Movable Property

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AmChamps Lecture on People Management


On June 24, AmChamps program participants attended a lecture by VladanZivanovic from company SAGA, which enabled them to learn more about people management skills as well as techniques that will promote the development of management teams and employees

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AmCham Business Luncheon hosts Prime Minister Vučić


On June 20, members of AmCham Serbia had met with the Prime Minister of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić and discussed how the business sector could get involved in the rehabilitation of flooded areas. They also talked about progress in the reform process and the priorities of the economy and the government to create a better business environment.

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