Top 3 Serbian exporters include Fiat, NIS and Tigar Tyres

Serbia's Ministry of Finance and Economy has published the list of top Serbian exporters whose operations gives the biggest contribution to Serbia's economic growth. The gross domestic product grew by 2.1 percent in Q1 2013 against the same period last year. For the first...

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Top 3 Serbian exporters include Fiat, NIS and Tigar Tyres



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 25.07.2013

Serbia's Ministry of Finance and Economy has published the list of top Serbian exporters whose operations gives the biggest contribution to Serbia's economic growth. The gross domestic product grew by 2.1 percent in Q1 2013 against the same period last year. For the first time ever, the main driver of Serbia's economic growth this year is export that grew as much as 21 percent in the first five months, whereas the foreign trade deficit dropped by 20 percent from the same period in 2012. The largest contribution to this year's GDP growth came from the automotive industry, agriculture and the services sector, which also achieved the largest export growth. The biggest exporter was Fiat Automobili Srbija, followed by the Petroleum Industry of Serbia (NIS), Tigar Tyres from Pirot, HIP-Petrohemija Pancevo, Hemofarm Vrsac, RTB Bor, Gorenje, Ball, Targett, Yura, Impol Seval, Tetra Pak Production, Sirmium Steel, Golden Lady - Valy, Leoni. SIEPA


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