IMF mission to be in Belgrade from February 24 through 28

An International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission will be in Belgrade from February 24 through 28 to discuss with representatives of Serbian authorities the latest macroeconomic trends and the economic outlook and risks, IMF Resident Representative for Serbia Sebastian Sosa has announced.

20 Jan 2020 12:44

BELGRADE - An International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission will be in Belgrade from February 24 through 28 to discuss with representatives of Serbian authorities the latest macroeconomic trends and the economic outlook and risks, IMF Resident Representative for Serbia Sebastian Sosa has announced.

In a statement to Tanjug, Sosa said progress in implementation of reforms undertaken within the framework of a programme of cooperation supported by the Policy Coordination Instrument would be discussed during the visit, including areas such as the tax administration and other public sector reforms, fiscal rules and management of public investment and state-owned enterprises.

The representatives of the IMF mission will discuss the topics with officials of the National Bank of Serbia, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Economy and other representatives of the public sector, Sosa said.

Photo: Tanjug/S: Radovanovic, file

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