Mayors of Belgrade

Mali: Lithium a huge opportunity, whether we will seize it is up to us

BELGRADE  - Serbian Finance Minister Sinisa Mali said on Wednesday the lithium issue in Serbia was not only about a mine but about an entire "value chain" that included opening a battery factory and an electric vehicle factory, which he noted would bring 10 to 12 bln euros a year.

"That chain would practically bring 16 pct of GDP," Mali said on the RTS morning news programme.

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 meets with World Bank's Alam

BELGRADE - Serbian Finance Minister Sinisa Mali met with World Bank Regional Director for Europe and Central Asia Asad Alam in Belgrade on Monday.

The parties said Serbia's economic performance was good and that there were no problems with any of the 14 projects the World Bank was involved in in Serbia.

Mali: Serbia has joined EU Single Market Programme

BELGRADE - Serbian Finance Minister Sinisa Mali on Thursday signed with the European Commission's Director-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs Kerstin Jorna an agreement on Serbia's accession to the EU Single Market Programme.

With the signing of the document, which was done online, Serbia has joined another EU programme, Mali said.

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