emg home
Serbia can expect to be granted EU candidate status EC: Serbia should assure EU about its commitment Tadic: Serbia will fight for candidate status Dinar to strengthen by RSD 0.16 Jeremic visits United Kingdom Greece: Consumers turn to cheaper private label goods, outlets and on-line shopping to deal with reduced incomes Eurostat: Unemployment in Greece at 12.5% in 2010 Russia announces South Stream draft-agreement by year-end Presentation of Macedonia's investment opportunities before Dusseldorf businessmen First Macedonian international animation festival begins Macedonian economy to rise by 3 percent in 2012: NBRM Governor PM Gruevski: Macedonia expects German, Austrian investments EBRD set to support infrastructure, banking sector and small and medium enterprises in Montenegro Israel hosts conference on Montenegro’s potentials and achievements Montenegro's eco-tourism project awarded by leading tourism association Putin praises Russia for not being drawn into ‘debt slavery’ Tender for 4G in Macedonia Statement by Commissioner Štefan Füle following his meeting with Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Ivica Dačić New online portal to help young entrepreneurs start and grow their own business Nuclear safety: Stress tests well on track PM Boc, PM Netanyahu sign joint declaration on priorities for bilateral cooperation Dubrovnik offers fun in wintertime Bulgaria to promote local tourism in four countries Bulgaria is among possible hubs for BASF's new plant EC sues Bulgaria, Romania over natural gas market access Mild growth of industrial production in BiH EBRD, Asian Development Bank strengthen ties ALAFCO expands commitment to 80 Airbus A320neo NBS: Lowering reserve requirements is not necessary Japan approves loan for TENT KFOR confirms 21 soldiers suffer injuries Seven arrested for involvement in Kolubara case Half of Belgraders have positive opinion about EU, survey Ducati Energia intends to open factory in Serbia E-mail for reporting corruption in Ministry of Environment opened PM Cvetkovic: The government expects an economic growth of 1.5% in 2012 France ratifies SAA with Serbia Ciric to participate in Investment Tourism Forum Serbian PM seeks Parliament's support for Kosovo Serbian Government condemns incident at barricade

IKEA to build two huge commercial objects in Nis

21. December 2010. | 14:31

Source: Tanjug

The new Swedish Ambassador to Belgrade announced that Swedish company IKEA will shortly build two huge commercial objects in Nis (southern Serbia) and Novi Sad (northern Serbia), thus hiring 6,000 people.

Serbian Parliament Speaker Slavica Djukic Dejanovic received Monday new Swedish Ambassador to Serbia Christer Asp and on that occasion thanked the Swedish government for its financial assistance regarding e-parliament project, the Serbian parliament said in a release.

Djukic Dejanovic said that the e-parliament project will be presented to the public in stages which will deal with different organizational and technical aspects of the process. The final goal would be to facilitate effective use of information and communications technologies and thus enable more efficient treatment of legal proposals and easier access to parliament services.

“I hope that 2011 will be marked by e-parliament project, independent distribution of the assembly's budget and election laws that will enhance democracy within the parliament, said DjukicDejanovic.

Asp underlined that Swedish investments in Serbia will amount to EUR 1 billion and that Sweden will continue to invest in Serbia, particularly in long-term projects.

The new Swedish Ambassador to Belgrade announced that Swedish company IKEA will shortly build two huge commercial objects in Nis (southern Serbia) and Novi Sad (northern Serbia), thus hiring 6,000 people.

Asp expressed expectation that start of accession talks will attract numerous investors, such as IKEA.


My Web

Enter text:


21. November - 27. November 2011.