The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia has launched an Info Line to inform the business community in Serbia about all key issues related to doing business in the country and abroad, the effects on certain sectors and the latest developments, official recommendations and measures regarding the current situation caused by the outbreak of the coronavirus.
In collaboration with the Ministry of Economy and the Ministry of the Interior, we have helped company owners to obtain permissions so that their employees can be outside during the curfew (between 5 pm and 5 am).
We are also constantly communicating with representatives of the Government of Serbia, line ministries and institutions, to help businesses to overcome challenges and reduce the negative impact of the coronavirus pandemic on business results.
We are monitoring the situation on a daily basis and are involved in solving specific problems but also in devising measures to systematically help businesses with the issues regarding finance and taxes. We have also proposed reducing the tax burden on businesses and delaying payment deadlines.
We would like to urge you to continue adhering to the state’s measures and the recommendations of healthcare professionals in order to protect yourself and your colleagues.
For more information, please call the Association of Professional, Scientific and Technical Services at 0800 808 809.
You can read about the regulations and other acts related to the current situation caused by the COVID-19 virus here:
All relevant regulations of the Republic of Serbia, which are published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, can be accessed free of charge in the database titled “Register and Texts of Applicable Regulations and Other Acts”.
A detailed explanation of the rights and obligations of workers and employers during the state of emergency can be found at:
Here you can apply for permission for your employees to work during the curfew hours:
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