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The Serbian Chamber of Commerce (PKS) said that Serbia made US$ 220.3 mn surplus in food and agricultural foreign trade in the first nine months of 2006.
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Representatives of 14 Greek and more than 50 Serbian companies have discussed the cooperation and possible joined ventures in Belgrade.
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The introduction of a third mobile phone operator to the Serbian market presents the company with new challenges and opportunities, Stein-Erik Vellan, Telenor Serbia CEO said on Friday.
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Mobilna Telefonija Srbije (MTS) will continue to be the leader in the Serbian mobile phone market with 3.8mn users after the third operator enters, Vladimir Lucic, CEO of MTS, has said.
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The outgoing Serbian minister of finance, Mladjan Dinkic said that in 2007 the state would start issuing “Serbian mortgage bonds” based on credits given to date.