PKS i Grad Beograd bi da preuzmu "Beogradski sajam" - Bugarin po reizboru najavio strateško partners
Novi (a stari) predsednik Privredne komore Srbije Miloš Bugarin, danas odmah po reizboru najavio je "strateško partnerstvo PKS i Grada Beograda koje će uključivati preuzimanje vlasništva u "Beogradskom sajmu".
Neposredno pre raspisivanja neuspelog tendera u avgustu 2009. godini vrednost "Beogradskog sajma" procenjivana na 20,5 mil EUR.
"Beogradski sajam" raspolaže sa građevinskim zemljištem površine od 23 ha i objektima od 97.105 m2, među kojima je upravna zgrada i 14 hala, razni magacini i restoran. Ovo preduzeće poseduje i šest sajamskih hala visoke kategorije sa izložbenim prostorom od 53.221 m2.
Another 200 million euros from EBRD for railways
Board directors of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), who are currently staying in Belgrade, announced late on Tuesday that Serbia would be granted another EUR 200 million loan for the railway network by the year's end since it was very important for the country to enhance its infrastructure because of the European integration process.
During the meeting with Serbian Minister of Infrastructure and Energy Milutin Mrkonjic, EBRD Board directors pointed out that the Bank would keep assisting Serbia in infrastructure project funding and expressed satisfaction with the implementation of arrangements with Serbia so far.
EBRD Director for Germany Joachim Schwarzer told Tanjug that Serbia should improve its road infrastructure, including the road and railway network, because that was important for the integration of Serbia's economy into that of Europe.
Schwarzer also said that EBRD was ready to back Serbia's plans for the improvement of infrastructure.
EBRD Director for Serbia Hildegard Gacek said that negotiations regarding the EUR 200 million loan for railway Corridor 10 were in the final stage.
In an interview for Tanjug, Gacek expressed hope that contracts would be signed in the last quarter of the year.
Milovan Markovic, director general of the Serbian national railway company Zeleznice Srbije, said that the plan was to use EUR 200 million granted by EBRD in 2011 for Corridor 10 to finance three projects - construction of the second 15-kilometer railway track from Stalac to Djunis, worth about EUR 105 million, modernization of 15-kilometer Belgrade-Resnik railway, worth EUR 36 million, while the remaining funds would be use to eliminate bottlenecks on the railway route of Corridor 10.
Mrkonjic told Tanjug that EBRD had invested about EUR 750 million in infrastructure and about EUR 320 million in the energy sector in the previous eight years.