AmCham was invited by the Ministry of Foreign and Internal Trade, Telecommunications and Information Society to provide suggestions for amendments of the Law on Trade and the Law on Electronic Trade.
On August 31, an AmCham Health Care Committee (HCC) delegation met with Ms.Slavica Đukić Dejanović, Minister of Health, to discuss joint cooperation aimed at enhancement and development of the Serbian health care sector.
AmCham’s Acting Executive Director, Amalija Pavic participated in a Conference on the para-fiscal burden on the private sector, organized at Danas Conference Center on September 5, pointing out AmCham priorities in this area.
American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia has announced that the new Government should primarily focus on the continued implementation of key economic reforms. Representatives of AmCham have drafted a list of economic priorities which they believe should be on top of the Government’s agenda in order to overcome the recession and improve international competitiveness of Serbia as an investment destination.
Over the past couple of months, AmCham advocacy committees were working hard towards defining goals and setting priorities for the upcoming period. With the aim of getting AmCham members engaged on implementing annual agendas, Committee Chairpersons were invited to present each group’s working plan in our Business Advocacy Update.