Vučić:”June inflation to drop to 4.1%”

Inflation in June will slow down to 4.1 percent, said Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić at a press conference on Monday.

“Inflation will continue to fall both in June and after June,” Vučić said, adding that official data will be available later and that the State Statistical Office (RZS) will release a report on consumer price growth on July 12.

In May, inflation reached the target range of the National Bank of Serbia of three plus/minus 1.5 percent, as the rate of price increase slowed to 4.5 percent. The central bank expects that inflation will be around three percent by the end of the year.

President Vučić also said he expects economic growth of around four percent by the year-end and that Serbia will obtain an investment rating from one of the three largest global credit agencies also by the year-end.

“In the second half of July, together with guests from Stellantis, I will officially open the production of a new Fiat model (in Kragujevac),” he said at the press conference, adding that subsidies for each purchased electric car will amount to 5,000 euros.

He announced that the Belgrade Stock Exchange and the Central Securities Depository and Clearing House will now be located in one building, near the Prokop railway station.

(, 25.06.2024)

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