Deficit budžeta do oktobra 112 od planiranih 142,7 milijardi dinara
Ministarstvo finansija objavilo je 17. novembra da je deficit budžeta Srbije u oktobru iznosio 111,95 milijardi dinara i povećan je za 10,62 milijarde u odnosu na septembar.
Prema urađenom rebalansu budžeta za tekuću godinu, deficit je planiran na oko 142,7 milijardi dinara, rashodi na oko 850,1 milijardu i prihodi na oko 707,34 milijarde dinara.
Rashodi državne kase u proteklih 10 meseci bili su za oko 112 milijardi dinara veći u odnosu na prihode.
U oktobru su značajno smanjeni prihodi od naplate poreza na dohodak građana na oko 3,57 milijardi dinara, jer je deo tog poreza prebačen u nadležnost budžeta gradova i opština, prema izmenjenom Zakonu o finansiranju lokalne samouprave.
Najveći rashodi budžeta u oktobru bili su po osnovu kamata s obzirom da se u septembru i oktobru otplaćuje najveći deo inostranog duga, kao i za dotacije organizacijama obaveznog socijalnog osiguranja - 24,27 milijardi, što je za oko 500 miliona više nego u septembru.
Za plate korisnika budžeta je isplaćeno 17 milijardi ili oko 200 miliona više nego prethodnog meseca, a kapitalni izdaci uvećani su za dve milijarde dinara.
Najveći priliv u budžet u ovoj godini stigao je od naplate poreza na dodatu vrednost u iznosu od 32,94 milijarde dinara.
Application of Capital Market Law commences
Application of the Capital Market Law, which was adopted six months ago, started Thursday. This Law will initiate a big number of transactions in the financial market of Serbia and provide a higher level of protection for investors and minor shareholders, it was assessed Thursday at the International Conference on Capital Market, organized by the Belgrade Stock Exchange.
The Capital Market Law entered into force on 17 May 2011, and its application was postponed for six months in order for some bylaws to be adopted so that the application of new regulations could be done in more details.
Opening the Thursday conference, Goran Radosavljevic, state secretary in the Ministry of Finance of Serbia, said that the Capital Market Law would allow for the creation of a fair, efficient and transparent capital market.
According to his words, the Law will also provide a higher level of security and protection for investors through the stipulated formation of the Investor Protection Fund.
Radosavljevic stressed that that fund was only a mechanism of protection, adding that it was still unknown how it would function, that is, whether it was going to be regulated by laws or bylaws.
Branislav Jorgic, director of the broker company Jorgic Broker, reminded that broker companies in Serbia had the time until 17 May 2012 to adapt to the Capital Market Law.
Representatives of the Petroleum Industry of Serbia (NIS), which has over 2.7m shareholders and is listed on the stock exchange since 30 August 2010, said that the bylaws of the new Law were very important for that company because they showed how often a company should innovate its prospects.
They also said they expected the Law to make it possible for investors and shareholders to be fully and timely kept up to date with all relevant information.
Director of the Belgrade Stock Exchange Gordana Dostanic said that the stock exchange was constantly making a technological progress, but added it was not enough to eliminate the development problems of the capital market.
Canadian companies interested in Bistrica hydroelectric power plant and Pancevo-based Azotara
Canadian companies are interested in investing in the Serbian energy sector and air and road transport, especially in the hydroelectric power plant Bistrica and Pancevo-based Azotara, Ambassador of Canada to Belgrade Romano Vaschuk announced today.
At a meeting with Minister for Infrastructure and Energy Milutin Mrkonjic, Mr. Vaschuk said that Canadian companies had expressed interest in investing in Bistrica hydroelectric power plant, as well as in an initiative to invest in Azotara in Pancevo in association with Srbijagas, which would raise the level of production at that fertilizer plant.
The competent ministry also announced a cooperation between the Canadian airplane manufacturer Bombardier and the Serbian flag carrier Jat Ariways.
Therefore, representatives of the leading Canadian companies will soon visit Serbia, Ambassador Vaschuk and Director of the Trade Department of the Canadian Embassy to Belgrade Djurdja Ceramilac announced.
The meeting between Minister Mrkonjic and the Canadian ambassador was also attended by Srbijagas CEO Dusan Bajatovic who informed the guests on relevant energy projects in Serbia.