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  • Economic challenges of Serbia in the European integration process

    In addition to political criteria, the fulfilment of economic criteria is a basic condition for Serbia’s membership in the European Union. However, while economic chapters make up the largest part of the alignment with European legislation, they are often overshadowed by political issues.

    With this in mind, the online discussion Economic Challenges of Serbia in the European Integration Process aims to acquaint journalists, civil society organizations and the general public with Serbia’s progress in developing a functioning market economy able to cope with European market pressures and how economic reforms were assessed by the European Commission (EC) in its annual report. The discussion will also discuss the role of the Economic Reform Program (ERP) in the reform process – the most important strategic document in the economic dialogue between Serbia and the European Union.

    We are discussing these topics with Ranka Miljenović, Executive Director of the European Policy Centre (CEP) and Aleksandar Milošević, journalist and editor of economics in the daily newspaper Danas.

    The conversation will be moderated by journalist Ljubica Gojgić.

    The discussion will be held within the project Prepare to Participate – P2P, which is jointly implemented by CEP, NALED and the European Western Balkans, and supported by European Union funds.

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