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Godišnje iz Srbije "nestane" pet milijardi dolara
Prema izveštaju američke organizacije Global fajnenšel integriti (GFI), Srbija je najgore rangirana balkanska zemlja po količini nelegalno izvučenog novca.

Čak pet milijardi dolara je svake godine, u periodu od 2001. do 2010. godine, nelegalno nestalo iz Srbije, procena je finansijskih stručnjaka iz istraživačke i advokatske organizacije GFI.
Srbija je na listi, od ukupno 143 zemlje sa najvećim nelegalnim novčanim tokovima, zauzela 16. mesto.

Podaci su dobijeni upoređivanjem različitih podataka o uvozu i izvozu za svaku zemlju pojedinačno, koji su zatim pokazali da su kompanije prijavile manji izvoz i zaradu nego što su zapravo imale, ili da su uvezle i platile znatno više nego što to zaista jesu.


U Srbiji 231,9 mil EUR direktnih stranih investicija u 2012.
Neto priliv stranih direktnih investicija (SDI) u Srbiju iznosio je u 2012. godini 231,9 mil EUR, navedeno je u novom broju časopisa "Konjukturni trendovi", koji izdaje Privredna komora Srbije.

To je znatno manje u odnosu na prethodnu godinu, kada je neto priliv SDI dostigao oko 1,83 mlrd EUR.

U decembru 2012. godine neto priliv SDI u Srbiju iznosio je 95 mil EUR.

U 2013. godini očekuje se pozitivan doprinos privatnih i državnih investicija rastu bruto domaćeg proizvoda, navodi se u časopisu.


Investment of EUR 345 million in waterways on the Danube, Sava and Tisa rivers and DTD Canal
Serbia plans to invest 345 million euro in the upgrade of waterways on the rivers Danube, Sava and Tisa and the Danube–Tisa–Danube (DTD) Canal and in the revitalization of the country's shipping and shipbuilding industries, the transportation ministry said on Tuesday.

As it was stated at the panel discussion "Rivers of Serbia: How to Achieve More Efficient Water Transportation," it is necessary to renew Serbia's stumbling fleet, revive the country's shipbuilding industry and involve the supporting industry.

Assistant Minister Mirjana Trifunovic said that the Ministry of Transportation had already had certain talks on that topic with the Ministry of Finance and Economy, adding that a task force would be formed within the Ministry of Transportation.

Ms. Trifunovic said that the plan was to prepare a mini feasibility study that should give a recommendation on how to renew Serbia's fleet.

Vessels in the Serbian fleet are over 40 years old on average, and only 311 out of the total of 939 boats in Serbia are approved for sailing, with about 643 being occasionally active.

Transportation Minister Milutin Mrkonjic told Tanjug news agency that water transportation was much more cost-efficient, efficient and safe, thus arising as a logical choice.

He added that all European transportation strategies insisted on the advantages of inland navigation.

The plan is to invest EUR 267.7 million in 29 projects on the Danube, EUR 14.4 million in 13 projects on the Sava, EUR 16 million in nine projects on the Tisa, and EUR 47 million in 30 projects on the Danube-Tisa-Danube Canal.


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