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Serbian Economy
The economy of the Republic of Serbia is based on providing different sorts of services, industry and agriculture. The economy of the Republic of Serbia is composed of the following economic branches:
-          Banking and insurance
-          Wood processing industry
-          Energy
-          Construction industry
-          Creative industry
-          Chemistry, pharmacy, rubber and nonmetals
-          Information science
-          Utility services
-          Metalworking and electrical industry
-          Agriculture
-          Metal mines and metallurgy
-          Transport
-          Textile and leather industry
-          Trade
-          Tourism and hospitality industry
-          Private security
GDP growth in 2017 amounted to 1.9% and was led by all sectors (except agriculture). Outside of shocks in agriculture and energy sector from the beginning of the year, Serbian economy grew at a level of 3.0%. Expected real GDP growth rate for 2018 is 3.5%. Growth accelerated owing to macroeconomic stabilization, improved business environment, higher government capital spending, effects of monetary policy easing, implementation of structural reforms and demand growth.
The most important economic sector of the Republic of Serbia is industrial production. The industrial production in the Republic of Serbia in December 2017, when compared to December 2016, increased by 0.5% and in relation to 2016 average, it increased by 6.9%. The industrial production in 2017, compared with 2016, increased by 3.5%. Manufacturing increased by 6.4% in 2017, related to 2016.
The Republic of Serbia performs international trade in goods mostly with the EU Member States. The overall external trade in the Republic of Serbia for the period January December 2017 amounted to:
   - USD 38,93 billion - which was an increase of 15.3% compared to the same period 2016;
   - EUR 34,46 billion - which was an increase of 13.0% compared to the same period 2016.
Besides relying on its own capacity, growth and development of Serbian economy depends on the market conditions in EU countries, as main foreign trade partners.  

Presentation for Investors
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Public Debt Management Strategy
Monthly Report PDA
Monthly Update for Investors
Yield rates of the Government securities
Issued Eurobonds Overview
Credit rating of the Republic of Serbia

Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Serbia - Public Debt Administration
Pop Lukina 7-9, Belgrade
Tel : + 381 11 3202 461 ; Fax: +381 11 2629 055
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