Sinisa Mali

Mali: Serbia has raised 1.5 bln dollars under extremely favourable terms

BELGRADE - Serbian First Deputy PM and Finance Minister Sinisa Mali told Tanjug that, in a first for the country, Serbia had issued ten-year sustainable/green (ESG) bonds on Wednesday, raising 1.5 bln dollars under extremely favourable terms, at an interest rate of 4.7 pct.

Vucic: I am heading to New York to respond to those wishing to accuse Serbia

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic announced he would travel to New York on Monday evening for a UN General Assembly session on a Srebrenica resolution.

Vucic made the announcement at a press conference with EU Enlargement Commissioner Oliver Varhelyi in Belgrade.

Mali: Xi's visit opens new chapter of cooperation and Serbia's economic growth

BELGRADE - Besides being politically significant and boosting Serbia's reputation, Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to Belgrade is very important economically as well and opens up new prospects for Serbia and a new chapter in its cooperation with China as well as its overall growth and development, Serbian Finance Minister Sinisa Mali said on Thursday.

Mali: Serbia has received 15.9 bln euros of FDI since 2020

BELGRADE - Serbia has attracted a total of 15.9 bln euros of FDI since 2020, Finance Minister Sinisa Mali said at a meeting with global investors from the US on Friday.

Following a Serbian delegation's visit to Washington for the IMF/World Bank Group Spring Meetings, the investors came to Serbia to get better acquainted with all economic parameters in the country.

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