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Daily Report 11.01.2018

Datum objave: 11.01.2018


AERO: Vinci to enable more long-haul flights by flag carrier Air Serbia.
French company Vinci Airports (AERO), selected as best bidder for a concession to operate Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, said it aims to upgrade the infrastructure of the airport in order to enable more long-haul flights by flag carrier Air Serbia. Vinci Airports plans to develop its partnerships with over 200 airlines to further increase the traffic and connectivity of the airport in the Serbian capital in line with the strong potential of Serbia's economy, the company said in an e-mailed statement on Sunday. In June 2016, Air Serbia launched a regular service between Belgrade and New York, the first direct flight linking Serbia with the U.S. in 24 years. The route is serviced five times a week by a 254-seat Airbus A330 wide-body twin-engine jet airliner.
Source: SeeNews

World Bank projects 3% growth of Serbia's GDP in 2018
The gross domestic product (GDP) of Serbia is projected to grow by 3% in 2018, the World Bank announced on Tuesday, January 9, 2018. According to the projections of the World Bank, Serbia's GDP will grow progressively in the upcoming years – by 3%, 3.5% and 4%. As said in the World Bank's Global Economic Prospects, Serbia's GDP will grow by 3.5% in 2019 and by 4% in 2020. The World Bank also announced that the projection of the growth of Serbia's GDP in 2017 is 2%. Compared to the June report, the projection has been reduced by one percent, a consequence of frost and drought, as previously explained by the Government of Serbia.
Source: Ekapija

Production in Fiat Kragujevac continues
Around 2,500 workers of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Serbia in Kragujevac returned to the production facilities today, after the collective annual leave which started on December 12. The production is carried out in both shifts in line with the plan of 400 vehicles a day. The president of the Autonomous Trade Union at the factory, Zoran Markovic, confirmed to RTS that a three-year collective agreement had been signed with the management prior to the winter annual leave. Markovic is convinced that Fiat would stay in Kragujevac and extend the ten-year agreement on the joint company with the Republic of Serbia, which expires in September 2018, and he expects the Italian company to start producing a new model in the Kragujevac plant with the help of the Government of Serbia.
Source: Ekapija


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