Belgrade pulses with a sense of purpose as it rose to become the region’s new business hub. The 16th Economic Summit of the Republic of Serbia, will take place at the Metropol Palace Hotel, in Belgrade, on Monday and Tuesday, October 17-18, 2016. The Summit constitutes an annual survey of political, economic and business development of Serbia and its role in the Eastern Europe region and the European Union. As an established institution in Belgrade, the Economic Summit is already held each year since 2001.
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Venue and Agenda
Metropol Palace Belgrade
17 – 18 October 2016
Serbia’s political and economic situation
This year’s Economic Summit will discuss political issues which will be taken by the new government of Serbia, following the general elections of April 24 this year. As Prime Minister – designate Aleksandar Vucic has already announced, a key priority of the new Serbian government will be the acceleration of country’s accession to the European Union. The progress of Serbia’s Accession to EU, following Brexit. On the economy site, the new Serbian government will focus on furthering the macroeconomic stability and introducing all necessary reforms which will enable
- a sustainable growth of the Serbian economy
- reduce unemployment, promote investments in the infrastructure and tourism sectors
- focus more on improving Education, Health, Public sector efficiency and
- attract more foreign investments on important economic areas including Energy, Agriculture and many more.
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Meet economic experts Face to Face
Meet ministers, politicians, ambassadors, professors, representatives of foreign financing institutions in Serbia, governors, businessman and more interesting people at the Serbian economic summit: Among the speakers confirmed for the summit at Metropol Palace Hotel are EP rapporteur on Serbia David McAlister, Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia Michael Davenport, EBRD Director Daniel Berg, Russian Ambassador Alexander Chepurin, French Ambassador Christine Moro and German Ambassador Axel Dittmann.
The participation of Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik, Serbian Ministers Ivica Dacic, Zorana Mihajlovic, Dusan Vujovic, Ana Brnabic, Jadranka Joksimovic and more than sixty prominent speakers from Serbia and the region has also been announced.