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Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic met with a delegation of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).
Dacic said during the meeting that the aim of the government is to revive the economy and reduce unemployment, and added that the Serbian government therefore strongly supports the activities of the EBRD, which is the major creditor of economic activity in Serbia.
During the meeting, they talked about improving the competitiveness of the private sector because small and medium enterprises, which are the basis of the Serbian private sector, almost do not receive any foreign direct investment.
The EBRD, which has since 2001 invested €3 billion in Serbia, plans to provide assistance to small and medium enterprises through projects that contribute to sustainable growth and the support to foreign investors.
The EBRD will help stabilise the financial sector and the development of sustainable and efficient public utilities.
Early next year, the EBRD will organise a meeting of all prime ministers of South East European countries to consider the opportunities for economic development in the region. Government
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