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Right before his resignation, Serbian Ministry of Finance and Economyannounced that they have completed the restructuring of 26 companies, whereby the first phase of the Action Plan, adopted two months ago, has been realized. Minister Mlađan Dinkić informed Ellen Goldstein, the World Bank’s country director for the Western Balkans and the World Bank’s director in Serbia, Tony Verheijen, of the fact, and called on them to support structural reforms in Serbia. I believe that after reshuffle, the Serbian government will contribute to further implementation of the Action Plan and that all the conditions for Serbia to be granted the World Bank’s loan by the end of the year will be fulfilled, said Dinkić. According to the law, the restructuring of 179 former sociallly-owned companies should be completed by mid-2014. Currently, there are 153 companies under that status, 26 less than before the government’s Action Plan was enacted reports Radio Srbija.
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