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Ukupne devizne rezerve Srbije na kraju 2011. veće za oko 1 mlrd EUR u odnosu na prethodnu godinu
Ukupne devizne rezerve Srbije krajem 2011. godine dostigle su 12,86 mlrd EUR, što je za oko 1 mlrd EUR više u odnosu na kraj 2010. godine, piše časopis PKS-a, Konjukturni trendovi Srbije.

Devizne rezerve Narodne banke Srbije porasle su u decembru 2011. godine za 659 mil EUR.

Na ovaj rast najviše je uticao povećan priliv po osnovu izdvajanja obavezne devizne rezerve banaka.

Spoljni dug Srbije 30. novembra 2011. godine iznosio je 23,84 mlrd EUR što je za 69 miliona više u odnosu na prethodni mesec.

Spoljni dug javnog sektora iznosi 10,60 mil EUR, od čega preko 80% otpada na centralni nivo vlasti, dok je dug privatnog sektora 13,23 mlrd EUR od čega se jedna trećina odnosi na komercijalne banke, a oko dve trećine odnosi se na kompanije.


NIS ulaže više nego što je potpisao
Beograd -- Naftna industrija Srbije će do 2015. uložiti oko 400 miliona evra u zaštitu životne sredine, što je 6,5 puta više nego što je planirano kupoprodajnim ugovorom.
To je najavio generalni direktor NIS-a Kiril Kravčenko.

NIS će, kako je rekao Kravčenko u Vladi Srbije na predstavljanju investicionog programa te komapnije u oblasti ekologije, investirati i u infrastrukturne projekte sa ekološkim efektom.

Kako je objasnio, to su programi modernizaciju benzinskih stanica i energetske efikasnosti, koji posebno utiču na poboljšanje životne sredine.

"Ulaganje u zaštitu životne sredine deo je našeg strateškog opredeljenja da efikasno upravljamo komapanijom i jedan od glavnih prioriteta", istakao je Kravčenko.

Ministar životne sredine Srbije Oliver Dulić je rekao da je zadovoljan došadašnjim investicijama NIS-a u ekologiju i saradnjom sa tom kompanijom u zaštiti životne sredine.


Miroslav Bogicevic negotiates acquisition of Sevojno Copper Mill?
Investmend funds RC2 and Darby, current majority owners of Sevojno Copper Mill, are willing to sell that company, which is why they are negotiating with Miroslav Bogicevic, owner of Sabac-based Farmakom, Danas daily learns. Last year these two funds took over the Cypriot company East Point with all its debts and 80.87249-percent stake in Sevojno Copper Mill from its former owner Zoran Drakulic.

The investment advisers who have been asked for their opinion by Danas believe that the intention of the two investment funds to sell their stake in Sevojno Copper Mill is logical and that Farmakom is credible as a potential buyer. "Bogicevic has cash and, unlike most Serbian businessmen, he is solvent and enjoys support from banks," Danas cites its interlocutor as saying. They also remind that Bogicevic was borrowed USD 120 million by the International Finance Corporation last year to open additional four mines and invest in agriculture. The same sources claim that the prices of copper and oil grow simultaneously, which is why the Mining and Smelter Basin (RTB) Bor is blooming. "But RTB Bor is a production company profiting from price increases, whereas Sevojno Copper Mill is a processing company," Danas cites them as saying.

By the way, Farmakom is engaged in the exploitation of lead, zinc, antimony, silver and gold. There have been a lot of changes in the staff structure of Sevojno Copper Mill, and 38-year-old Marko Mitrovic has recently been appointed as the Chairman of the Managing Board. Mitrovic has been hired by the two investment funds that currently run the copper mill. He used to work for the U.S. investment fund EMS in eastern Europe. Dragan Subotic is still the CEO of Sevojno Copper Mill.

Zoran Drakulic acquired a majority stake in Sevojno Copper Mill on a public tender in 2004.

The business results for 2011 have not been announced yet. Sevojno Copper Mill ended the year 2010 with a profit of about RSD 40 million. RTB Bor, which is in the possession of the Republic of Serbia, doubled its business revenues in 2010 and ended that year with a profit of RSD 87.865 million. These companies have approximately 1,000 employees each.


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