Privredi iz Fonda za razvoj 129 mil EUR u 2011. godini
U budžetu Fonda za razvoj Srbije u 2011. godini na raspolaganju je 13.330.000.000 dinara (oko 129 mil EUR), od kojih je za kreditiranje pravnih lica izdvojeno 9.680.000.000 (70,17%), za kreditiranje SZR i preduzetnika 600.000.000 (4,35%), za kratkoročne kredite privredi 1.900.000.000 (13,77%), dok je za start-up kredite i kreditiranje starih zanata izdvojeno 1.150.000.000 (8,33%).
U 2011. godini, Fond za razvoj Republike Srbije će usmeriti svoju aktivnost na podsticanje ravnomernog regionalnog razvoja, uključujući i razvoj nedovoljno razvijenih područja; podsticanje poslovanja pravnih lica i preduzetnika u Republici Srbiji; podsticanje konkurentnosti i likvidnosti privrede Republike Srbije; podsticanje zapošljavanja; podsticanje proizvodnje robe namenjene izvozu; podsticanje razvoja infrastrukture.
Pravo na korišćenje sredstava Fonda imaće privredni subjekti na području Republike Srbije, koji dostave finansijske izveštaje za prethodne dve godine, u kojima nije iskazan gubitak, i to: privredni subjekti koji su u većinskom privatnom ili državnom vlasništvu, osim javnih preduzeća i privredni subjekti koji imaju učešće društvenog kapitala manje od 40%.
Serbian Railways owes EUR 738 million to creditors
According to some estimates, the long-term debts of Serbian Railways amounted to EUR 738 million on January 1, 2011.
The national railway carrier owes EUR 576 million to foreign and EUR 162 million to domestic creditors, it was announced in the latest issue of the company's info magazine Pruga.
The final version of the new founding act of Serbian Railways, by which this public company will be transformed into a holding company, is expected to be finished before June and to become effective in early 2012.
It has been proposed that four separate companies be formed within the holding - one for the railway infrastructure management, one for the transport of goods, one for the transport of passengers, and one for the debts of Serbian Railways.
According to that proposal, the long-term debts would be transferred to the fourth company, that is, the Organization for the management of railway property.
There were three solutions to the problem of debts for the Government of Serbia to choose from: to leave the debts to new companies and finance the repayment of their debts; to leave the debts to Serbian Railways within the holding, that is, a separate company; or to take over complete debts.
The consultant has recommended that "historical" debts be taken over by the Government and that commercial debts, such as leasing, Eurofima's loans and debts incurred for the company's everyday functioning, be transferred to newly formed companies in accordance with the place and reason for their occurrence.
American wind farms in Serbia - Delegation of Continental Wind Partners in Novi Sad
After the stay in the United States of America, during which Vojvodina Prime Minister Dr. Bojan Pajtic had a series of meetings with U.S. parliamentarians and businessmen, a meeting with the representatives of U.S. company Continental Wind Partners was held today in the Government of AP Vojvodina.
That company has been developing wind farms in Romania and Poland since 2007 and it is also present in Bulgaria, Croatia, Australia and New Zealand. It currently analyzes the prospects of development in the field of construction of wind generators and wind power plants in Serbia.
Wind is a renewable source of energy and this resource in Vojvodina has great potentials, especially in central and south Banat.
There is a big number of wind power plants in Europe. The wind capacity is currently being measured throughout Vojvodina and analyses are underway in Alibunar, Bela Crkva, Vrsac, Indjija, Irig, Kanjiza, Kovin, Kovacica, Kula, Pancevo, Plandiste, Titel and Sid.
Nearly half of Eurobond issue sold for €97.35 million
At the auction of 15-year bonds of the Republic of Serbia, 97,371 securities with the nominal value of EUR 97.35 million were sold today, the Public Debt Administration of the Ministry of Finance announced.
The government bonds were sold with an annual coupon of 5.85%, while the payment of coupons is made every six months. Eurobonds become due on February 16, 2026.
There were nine bidders at the auction and the total number of submitted bids was 21, 17 of which were the offers from the category of other juristic persons, while the remaining four were the bids submitted by custody clients.
Since the Eurobond issue with the nominal value of EUR 200 million was not sold completely, the auction is going to be repeated, reads the statement issued by the Public Debt Administration.