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US Steel Serbia (Sartid)

Who are the biggest Serbian exporters and importers?

Only foreigners save Serbia

28. August 2008. | 08:43 05:01

Source: EMportal

The biggest exporter in Serbia for the first half of 2008 is US Steel Serbia (Sartid), and the most successful exporters are mostly successfully privatized or private companies.

The biggest exporter in Serbia for the first half of 2008 is US Steel Serbia (Sartid), and the most successful exporters are mostly successfully privatized or private companies.

 

Anyway, wherever foreign capital came, it brought know-how, new knowledge, technologies and markets.

 

A relatively unfavourable structure of domestic export is also shown by basic activities of the biggest Serbian exporters, which base their market appearance on comparative advantages of the domestic economy, especially on resource and operationally intensive products.

 

The analysis of the biggest Serbian exporters also greatly describes the structure, i.e. quality of the domestic export, which is based on steel products, non-ferrous metals, rubber and plastic products, agricultural and food products, and to less extent also chemical and pharmaceutical products, i.e. goods that are dominant in exports of insufficiently developed countries.

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12. February 2009. 15:57:36

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Dobar dan.Ewo mene opet...Jer ima sad posla po ostalim DC-ima.Da li ce biti smanjenja plata zbog owe ekonomske krize,plasim se jer ne znam da li da podignem kredit da bi otplatio dugove koje imam,tj dugove koji spadaju u kuci.Da se plati struja,voda i ostale dazbine.Gde ja mogu pogledati od ako mi posaljeta.

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