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Belgrade, +381-11-30 23 700

Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 86, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia

Washington, +1 (202) 458-2736, Europe and Central Asia Region

1818 H Street NW, Washington, DC 20433

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Serbia: Connecting to Corridor X Highway

The largest ever Bank loan to Serbia will help complete the missing links on the Pan-European Corridor X Highway to fully utilize its geographic position. Read More »

The Road to Serbia's Prosperity: Productivity and Exports

Once the financial crisis passes, the big question is how Serbia can find a rapid, sustainable growth path.  Read More »

Data from World Bank
Global Economy
The SEE6 region is projected to continue to grow at a rate of 1.8 in 2014, instead of the previously projected 2.7 percent, due to positive but restrained export growth in 2014.
Skills, Not Just Diplomas
This book seeks to answer why firms in Eastern Europe increasingly complain that they cannot find graduates with the right skills. How to close the skills gap?
ECA: Pushing forward the Energy Efficiency Agenda
Energy & Mining
Improved energy efficiency in Serbia's schools reduced heating costs by 47%. The World Bank Group supports energy efficiency agenda across the region.
Ellen Goldstein @ B92
Global Economy
Country Director for the Western Balkans talks to Serbian media about the World Bank lending, the steps to tackle key economic issues in order for the country to head for economic recovery (Serbian).
Meet Tony Verheijen (video)
Meet Tony Verheijen: the World Bank Country Manager for Serbia shares his impressions of the city and people, and his views on the country realities.