At yesterday's session of the Economic Development Council of the Government of Serbia, the decision to allocate incentives for investments to several companies which will create 6,600 new jobs in Belgrade, Sombor, Nis, Krusevac, Prokuplje, Secanj and Pecinci was reached, the Ministry of economy reported.
The total amount of investments exceeds EUR 90 million.
Incentives are handed out by the state in line with the Law on Investment to the end of stimulating new investments and creating new jobs.
Decisions on allocation of incentives are made following the proposal by the Economic Development Council, made up of ministers of economy, finance, labor and employment, representatives of the Chamber of Commerce of Serbia and the Development Agency of Serbia.
At the fifth session of the Economic Development Council of the Government of Serbia, the participants were Minister of Economy Goran Knezevic, Minister of Labor, Employment, Veteran and Social Policy Aleksandar Vulin, president of the Chamber of Commerce of Serbia, Marko Cadez, and representatives of the Development Agency of Serbia.
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