Fiat no longer No. 1 exporter in Serbia

The total value of the export of the 15 biggest exporters from Serbia in 2018 amounted to EUR 4.3 billion, and the biggest exporter was HBIS Group, with EUR 749.5 million, which dethroned Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Serbia after a long time.

FCA Serbia is now in the second place, with EUR 714.1 million worth of exports, whereas the third spot belongs to Petroleum Industry of Serbia (NIS), with EUR 465 million, the Ministry of Finance announced.

Tigar Tyres Pirot is fourth with EUR 388.9 million, whereas Robert Bosch placed fifth with EUR 241.5 million.

They are followed by HIP Petrohemija (EUR 213.7 million), Tetra Pak (EUR 208.5 million) and Grundfos Serbia (EUR 203.6 million).

RTB Bor is ninth with EUR 181.1 million, whereas Yura Corporation placed tenth with EUR 180.8 million.

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Next on the list are Hemofarm (EUR 175.9 million), Leoni (EUR 167.3 million) and Henkel Serbia (EUR 163.5 million).

They are followed by Gorenje (EUR 148.8 million) and Victoria Group (EUR 130 million).

In terms of export of steel, the European Commission President, Jean-Claude Juncker informed Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic two days ago that the proposed EU safeguards for steel imports would not have a significant impact on Serbia, while the EU Enlargement Commissioner, Johannes Hahn said the EU had to protect the market from disproportionate imports of steel, adding that he was confident that a solution would be found for Serbia.

The Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia (RZS) has recently said that the data on the growth of production of raw steel in Serbia of 38.9 percent in the period January-November 2018, published by the World Steel Association, does not correspond to the official data of the RZS. “According to the IND1 Report – Monthly Industry Report, which is received by the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia, and which covers the period January-November 2018 compared to the same period in 2017, the production of basic metals shows a 13.1% growth”, the RZS claims.

(B92, 25.01.2019)


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