DATE : 19/10/2021
AmCham and Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications work together to tackle illicit trade online
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DATE : 22/09/2020
A high-level meeting took place between AmCham Serbia and a delegation of the US Development Finance Corporation (DFC) and the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM)
DATE : 12/11/2019
In his first public appearance in Serbia, the new U.S. Ambassador to Serbia, H.E. Anthony Godfrey, described AmCham member companies as the best examples of international cooperation, saying that his doors are open as he continues the mission to support the business community.
DATE : 29/05/2019
“Our annual survey of investors’ trust and satisfaction, which AmCham has carried out among its members for the sixth year in a row, shows that judiciary and the rule of law are the top priorities for improving the business environment”, reported AmCham President Jelena Pavlović at a Business Breakfast with Minister of Justice Nela Kuburović.
DATE : 04/09/2018
At a Business Breakfast with Minister of Finance Siniša Mali, AmCham company members discussed growth in the area of public finance, parafiscal tax reforms and increase of tax regulations’ predictability.
DATE : 13/06/2018
At a Business Breakfast with representatives of the Customs Administration organized by AmCham and the USAID REG Project, participants had an opportunity to get to know more about work of the National Trade Facilitation body and also with the procedure of acquiring the status of the Authorized Economic Operator (AEO).
DATE : 07/06/2018
More than 100 guests, AmCham company members, discussed with Tax Administration Director Dragana Marković topics including transparency and predictability in interpreting tax regulations, risk analyses, efficiency, Tax Administration reforms and combating the grey economy
DATE : 19/10/2017
The Continuation of Cooperation between the Economy and the Government Is Crucial for the Improvement of the Business Environment
Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić and representatives of AmCham member companies concluded that the continuation of cooperation between the Government and the private sector is the key to implementing priority reforms aimed at creating a stable, transparent and predictable business environment.
DATE : 22/11/2016
Over 140 representatives of AmCham member companies, the diplomatic corps and media joined a Business Breakfast and Panel Discussion with H.E. Kyle R. Scott, U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Serbia. On this occasion Ambassador Scott emphasized that the U. S. supports Serbia on its path to integration into the European Union and that in this process the role of AmCham would be of utmost importance, primarily in the further improvement of the business environment in Serbia.
DATE : 25/08/2016
On Thursday, August 25, AmCham and Belgrade Open School organized a highly productive Business Breakfast on Internships: Building a Bridge from School to Career.
DATE : 27/06/2016
The Prime Minister Designate, Mr. Aleksandar Vučić, attended AmCham Business Luncheon where he emphasized the importance of the continued dialogue between the private sector and the Government with the aim of improving business environment.
DATE : 14/04/2016
Michael Davenport and Tanja Miščević emphasized the importance of the active role of the business community in Serbian EU accession.
DATE : 15/06/2015
A discussion centered on creating a business environment through sustainable law revisions
DATE : 13/03/2015
Adoption of the Law on Inspections Supervision and its consistent and effective implementation – a necessity for the continued recovery of the economy. eGovernment services –the key for cutting red tape and efficient state administration
DATE : 04/11/2014
AmCham hosts Minister of Economy Željko Sertić at a traditional Business Luncheon
Minister Sertić presented measures to be undertaken in running the economy, including thorough reduction of barriers for businesses, increasing liquidity and incentives for further investment, and also leveraging the efforts Government is planning to attract foreign direct investment