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The practice of the Serbian Commission for Protection of Competition (“Commission“) shows that competition law infringements are often not intentional but a consequence of a lack of understanding of one’s...
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Investment Flows We continue our series on investment protection between Serbia and major economies with the post on Russia. According to the Development Agency of Serbia, Russia is not among...
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The Act on Prohibition of Harassment at Work (“Anti-Harassment Act”) of Republika Srpska entered into force on 19 October 2021. It introduces protection mechanisms against harassment within the work environment...
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Montenegro has specific tax rules applicable to innovative companies, within the framework of the  Innovation Activity Act (Zakon o inovacionoj djelatnosti), the Act on Incentives for Research and Innovation Development...
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The Law on Archival Material and Archival Activities imposes new compliance requirements on companies regarding protection of their archival and documentary material. Those include the requirement to put in place...
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Introduction The Serbian Companies Act has a number of new and amended provisions. Registration of companies as users of e-government services Effective from 27 April 2023, companies will be required...
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Investment Flows Following our initial post on the United States, we continue our series on investment protection between Serbia and major economies with the focus on China – one of...
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On 26 November 2021, the National Assembly enacted the amendments to the Expropriation Act (“Amendments“), a legislation that originates from 1995 and has not been significantly updated since 2009. A...
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The current global environment is giving BNPL (“buy now pay later”) incredible momentum. People are working and shopping more and more from their homes. Many of them need more financial...
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Introduction to the Series Foreign investments play an important role in Serbia’s economic policy. With 53 signed bilateral investment treaties (“BITs“), only few of which are not in force, Serbia...
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