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22. March 2010.
In the near future, the Government of Serbia is expected to adopt a restructuring strategy for the key public enterprises founded by the State, as well as local public utility companies. Elements of the strategy will directly affect the future of about 600 enterprises and about 150,000 employees, which will indirectly be transferred to the entire economy of Serbia.