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Russia’s Yandex to open a development centre in Serbia – Jobs for 800 people

Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic met with the representatives of the Russian IT company Yandex, which announced the opening of the company’s development centre in Serbia, which will employ over 800 engineers who will work on the latest IT solutions, the Government of Serbia has announced. At the meeting with the Yandex delegation, led by […]

Slovakian company InoBat to build car battery factory in Serbia

Electric vehicle (EV) battery technology company InoBat has signed a declaration of intent with the Serbian government on the construction of a major new EV battery factory.  The new production plant will help to meet the growing demand for electric car batteries in Europe while Serbia is chosen as an increasingly important destination for manufacturing […]

Bertex is not the only company that left Serbia overnight

The Turkish textile company, Bertex, is the tenth foreign investor in Serbia that has abruptly left the country. These are the foreign companies that also decided to suddenly end their operations in Serbia, leaving their workers without a job or severance pay. Geox After two months of speculation, the Italian footwear factory, Geox, officially confirmed […]

Linglong stops construction in Zrenjanin

The VOICE investigative website reported yesterday that construction of a Linglong plant in Zrenjanin, Vojvodina, has been temporarily halted. The construction site was plagued by scandal following reports that Vietnamese workers were living there in dire conditions several months ago. The Vojvodina Research and Analytical Centre (VOICE) also reported that major work on the construction […]

German company Koepfer opens new factory in Smederevo

The German company Koepfer today opened a new production plant in Smederevo and the value of the investment in the first phase is EUR 10 million. The company produces automotive components, precision engine gears, gearbox elements and complete assemblies. “Koepfer started production here three years ago in a small rented factory, and today it moves […]

Germany’s Gruner opens fourth production plant in Serbia

The German company Gruner has officially opened its fourth production plant in Serbia, this time in Vlasotince (central Serbia), where relays for renowned automotive brands will be produced and which will employ 220 workers. The inauguration was attended by Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and German Ambassador to Serbia Anke Konrad. Gruner, one of the largest […]

Vučić meets with director of KIA to discuss cooperation and new investments

At yesterday’s meeting with the Special Envoy of the Government of South Korea and the President of the car manufacturer KIA, Song Ho-Sung, Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić underlined that Korea is Serbia’s third largest economic partner in the Asia Pacific region. Vučić also said that, thanks to its EUR 100 mln investment, the Yura Serbia Company […]

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