- Category: Economy
- Published on Wednesday, 05 February 2020 07:27
February 4, 2020
Sinisa Mali, Serbia’s Finance Minister, presented the country’s Economic Reforms Programme (ERP) till 2022 to the head of the European Union Delegation in Belgrade Sem Fabrizi on Tuesday, adding his country recorded 4.2 percent of the economic growth, the Beta news agency reported.
Mali reminded reporters that the European Commission praised Serbia’s economic achievements in 2019.
“Serbia ended last year with the economic growth of 4.2 precent… We are in the area of high economic growth which helps not only a better quality of life but also the rise in salaries and wages,” Mali said.
Fabrizi said the 200-pages Programme had different policies Serbia would implement in the next few years. “That’s a document which will enable Serbia access to the EU, the most prosperous market in the world, and next week the European Commission delegation will come to Serbia to discuss the document,” Fabrizi said.