According to the Global Report on the Illicit Trade Index, released today, Serbia ranks 57th among 84 countries, the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Serbia says.
The report was published in Brussels by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), the world leader in global business surveys, which operates under the Economist Group.
The selected countries, including those from the Balkans, give the optimal overview of the global situation, taking into consideration geographical variety, population and level of development. Montenegro placed 63rd and Bosnia and Herzegovina 74th.
Four categories were observed: Government Policy, Customs Environment, Transparency & Trade and Supply & Demand.
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The results of the report will be presented in detail on 20th June in Belgrade at a conference organized by AmCham called “Illicit Trade and Shadow Economy – International and Local Perspective”. The conference topics will include key challenges and the steps to be taken in suppressing illicit trade and shadow economy in Serbia and the Balkans, with the aim of creating a better business climate.
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