Serbia attracts 55% of FDI into W. Balkans

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Gross federal direct investment into Serbia totaled a record EUR 3.8 billion in 2019; in the past two years, Serbia alone attracted 55% of all FDI into the Western Balkans, central bank Governor Jorgovanka Tabaković says. 

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At the presentation of the February inflation report, Tabaković said the National Bank of Serbia had revised upwards its 2019 GDP growth projection for Serbia to 4.2%, state news agency Tanjug reported on February 19.

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