When, earlier on Monday, Serbian PM, Ana Brnabic was opening the 17th Serbian Economic Summit named The Road Map to Improve Competitiveness, she was saying that her country is totally different than four years ago, with plenty of potential ahead of it and healthy foundations “for sustainable and dynamic economic growth whose effects will be felt by the citizens.”
Brnabic also highlighted how well things have gone thanks to “tough but necessary reforms” that were launched and breathed life into Serbia’s economy. Tanjug reports, that the reforms helped reduce public debt, they introduced fiscal discipline and consolidated public finances.
A bit later, however, when Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia President Marko Cadez spoke, he underlined how greatly needed qualified workforce is in the country, since this is one of Serbia’s major challenges on the path to improving its competitiveness.
In his important address at the Summit, Cadez made special reference to his visits in various regions of Serbia, where people tell him that workforce is non-existent…/IBNA