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FITCH: Nema promene rejtinga Srbije
Bonitetska agencija "Fitch" saopštila je u ponedeljak (21. maj 2012. godine) da su izbori u Srbiji povećali neizvesnost oko smera ekonomske politike i odnosa s Međunarodnim monetarnim fondom (MMF), ali da to neće uticati na kreditni rejting Srbije.

Situacija u Srbiji je "u okviru tolerancije nivoa rejtinga BB minus sa stabilnim izgledom", naveo je "Fitch"na svoj internet stranici.

- Kada smo u novembru potvrdili taj rejting, rekli smo da očekujemo predsedničke izbore s ishodom nastavka protržišne i proevropske orijentacije. Ovo ostaje slučaj budući da je lider Srpske napredne stranke i pobednik nedeljnih predsedničkih izbora Tomislav Nikolić zauzeo proevropski stav - navodi se u saopštenju.

"Fitch" ocenjuje da bi Nikolić mogao biti suočen s rivalnom parlamentarnom većinom što bi moglo da oteža sprovođenje reformi.

Ova kreditna agencija navodi da je Nikolić povremeno imao retoriku usmerenu protiv MMF-a, ali da njegova pobeda ne povećava neizvesnost oko odnosa Srbije prema toj instituciji, budući da i prethodno vladajuća koalicija nije automatski sledila preporuke MMF-a.

- Tako da dolazak novog predsednika ne mora da ukazuje na dramatičnu promenu u odnosu Srbije prema MMF-u - navodi "Fitch" uz ocenu da je program MMF-a pozitivan, pošto obezbeđuje mehanizam protiv "prevelikh devijacija" u fiskalnoj politici Srbije.

Na duži rok Nikolićev tvrđi stav o Kosovu mogao bi da odloži početak pristupnih pregovora s EU, ali, dodaje "Fitch", i povodom toga postoji velika neizvesnost pošto je Nikolić u prvom obraćanju rekao da "Srbija neće skrenuti sa svog evropskog puta".


Propao posao godine - "Royal FrieslandCampina" odustala od preuzimanja "Imleka"
Kompanija "Royal FrieslandCampina" odustala je od preuzimanja "Imleka", naše najveće mlekarske industrije .

Kako prenosi "Bloomberg", pregovori su negativno okončani iako je ta holandska kompanija još 2. februara sa investicionim fondom "Salford" potpisala Memorandum o razumevanju o akviziciji preduzeća "Imlek" A.D. Beograd i Mlekare A.D. "Subotica", sa ciljem da se utvrdi poslovna pozicija "FrieslandCampina" u jugoistočnoj Evropi.

"Salford Capital Partners" upravlja u našoj zemlji "Danube Foods" grupom, a u čijem vlasništvu su kompanije "Imlek", "Mlekara Subotica", "Bambi Banat" i "Knjaz Miloš".


Royal FrieslandCampina gives up acquisition of Imlek
Royal FrieslandCampina has given up the acquisition of Imlek, Serbia's largest dairy company.

On 2 February 2012 Royal FrieslandCampina and Danube Foods Group, owned by Salford Capital Partners, announced that they had signed a Memorandum of Understanding regarding Royal FrieslandCampina’s intended acquisition of Imlek and Mlekara Subotica, two dairy companies in the Western Balkans. However, the parties were unable to reach agreement on the terms of the transaction and have therefore agreed to end the talks.

Danube Foods Group, owner of Imlek, Mlekara Subotica, Bambi Banat and Knjaz Milos, is considering the possibility of further consolidation of foods and beverage industry with Imlek as the anchor of further integration.

Royal FrieslandCampina will continue searching for opportunities to enable the company to achieve its route2020 strategy, which is designed to result in sustainable growth.


FITCH: No change in Serbia's rating
Ratings company Fitch announced Monday (21 May 2012) that the elections in Serbia had increased uncertainty about the direction of economic policy and relations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), but that it would not affect Serbia's credit rating.

The situation in Serbia is "within the tolerance levels of our 'BB-' rating with a Stable Outlook," said Fitch on its website.

- When we affirmed the rating in November, we said that we expected the presidential election to result in a continuation of a pro-market and pro-European policy orientation. This remains the case in light of the pro-EU stance taken by Tomislav Nikolic, leader of the Serbian Progressive Party and victor in Sunday's presidential election - reads the statement.

Fitch says that Nikolic may have to deal with a rival parliamentary majority, which could make the implementation of reforms difficult.

The credit agency says that Nikolic has had occasional anti-IMF rhetoric, but that his victory does not increase uncertainty about Serbia's relations with that financial institution since the previous ruling coalition had not automatically followed IMF recommendations.

In the longer term, Nikolic's strong stance on Kosovo could delay the start of EU accession talks but, Fitch adds, there is also uncertainty here because in his first speech Nikolic said "Serbia will not give up its European path."


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