Dinar prema evru usidren, kurs 117,5631
BEOGRAD - Srednji kurs dinara prema evru iznosiće sutra 117,5631 dinara za evro, što je neznatna promena u odnosu na danas, objavila je Narodna banka Srbije.
Vrednost dinara prema evru biće ista kao pre mesec i pre godinu dana i nepromenjena u odnosu na početak godine.
Oprezno trgovanje na azijskim berzama, dolar oslabio
TOKIO - Indeksi na azijskim berzama beleže danas mešovito kretanje jer je oprez zbog potencijalnog uticaja omikron soja kovida na ekonomije potisnuo optimizam koji je u ponedeljak vinuo akcije na Vol Stritu do novih rekordnih nivoa.
Referentni indeks japanske berze Nikei 225 porastao je za skoro 1,0 posto na 28.960,31 poena na jutarnjem trgovanju, južnokorejski Kospi je ojačao 0,1 procenat na 3.002,72 boda, dok su hongkonški Hang Seng i Šangaj Kompozit oslabili za 0,1, odnosno za 0,2 odsto respektivno, izveštava agencija AP.
Atanaskovic: Sale of HIP Petrohemija a job well done
Serbian Minister of Economy Andjelka Atanaskovic on Tuesday said the recent sale of the Pancevo-based petrochemical complex HIP Petrohemija to the oil company NIS, majority-owned by the Russian energy giant Gazprom, was a job well done that had saved around 1,100 jobs and stopped budget spending that had been due to losses generated by the company.
BELGRADE - Serbian Minister of Economy Andjelka Atanaskovic on Tuesday said the recent sale of the Pancevo-based petrochemical complex HIP Petrohemija to the oil company NIS, majority-owned by the Russian energy giant Gazprom, was a job well done that had saved around 1,100 jobs and stopped budget spending that had been due to losses generated by the company.
Atanaskovic said privatisation of HIP Petrohemija had been a long-debated topic and that the company had had major business and financial problems over the past few years.
"I think we have done a good job by selling Petrohemija," Atanaskovic said in an appearance on Prva TV.
She said that, due to poor business performance and the 1999 bombing of Serbia, HIP Petrohemija had been in huge problems and that a plan had been drawn up in 2017 to keep it from going bankrupt.
"The government took that upon itself, it did a great job. One part was done through a capital increase at HIP Petrohemija, a part of the debt to creditors was written off and Petrohemija was put back on its feet to be able to operate in a stable manner, and that gave us the elements to enter into a strategic partnership with NIS," Atanaskovic said.
She said that, under an agreement on the sale, NIS was under an obligation to invest 150 mln euros over the next six years in a polypropylene plant that would produce around 140,000 t of polypropylene a year.
She said the Russian side had said the quantity could even reach around 200,000 t a year.
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