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USAID-supported Food Hubs Help Local Producers Bring New Products to Market
December 7, 2018

BELGRADE – On December 6, 2018, USAID’s Competitive Economy Project held a networking brunch and a panel discussion to mark the completion of the first cycle of the Premium Food Design Hub (PFDH) initiative, launched to kick-start innovation in Serbia’s food processing industry. Over the past eight months, four hubs - Impact Hub, Nova Iskra, Desing Taste Center and Business Innovation Programs - worked with 20 food producers to develop new, premium products targeting consumers in domestic and international markets.

USAID and Seven Local Governments Partner to Enhance Good Governance and Fight Corruption
November 19, 2018

Belgrade, November 16 – The mayors of Šabac, Vranje, Sombor, Vrnjačka Banja, Sjenica, Raška, and Dimitrovgrad, along with Mr. Mike de la Rosa, Director of USAID Serbia, signed Memoranda of Cooperation today to increase transparency, accountability, and citizen engagement in decision making in order to decrease corruption. Mr. Branko Ruzic, Minister of State Administration and Local Self-Government witnessed the signings, and representatives from the State Audit Institution and the Anti-Corruption Agency joined the event to show their support.

Serbian Specialty Food Companies Debut at the Belgrade Food Show
November 7, 2018

Belgrade – On November 5 and 6, 2018, over 80 exhibitors from the fruit, vegetable, meat and dairy industries showcased their premium food products at the first annual Belgrade Food Show.  Organized by the Unites States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Association for the Promotion of Serbian, the food show helped exhibitors forge new sales contracts, develop business partnerships, and identify investment opportunities.

July 17, 2018

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) requires assistance in taking photos of project sites at approximately 950 locations around Serbia to be uploaded onto an interactive online map of U.S. Assistance.

June 12, 2018


The Support to Regulation of Para-fiscal Charges project is a two-year, $372,800 initiative to inventory, monitor, and reduce its para-fiscal charges. 


Last updated: March 29, 2019

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