Messages from the Mokra Gora Vivaldi Forum
Ten priority measures of new Government to support Serbia’s businesses and economic development


Date: 02.07.2012

Kori Udovički, USAID Business Enabling Project Advisor

The Vivaldi Forum was organised from 21 to 23 June 2012 by the Economics Institute and the Mokra Gora School of Management under the motto “How do we go from here.” The Forum served as a venue for financial managers of major Serbian companies to meet, and was also attended by experts and journalists covering macroeconomic policy, finance and marketing, as well as representatives of business associations. The first panel, supported by the USAID Business Enabling Project, was devoted to the identification of ten highest-priority measures for the new Government of Serbia in fostering economic growth in times of global economic crisis and under a jeopardised macroeconomic framework. Greater priority was accorded to measures that can yield results in the short run, while long-term tasks were given in outline only.

This document lists priorities and measures that great number of participants agreed to be necessary and effective. In that context, these conclusions reflect messages from the first Panel, but also some of the analytical contributions of subsequent discussions. The text that follows contains more suggestions for implementation of measures than was discussed on the Forum and those represent personal interpretations of the author.

Ten priority measures of new Government to support Serbia’s businesses and economic development

 

 

 


 

 


















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