Serbian economy

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Offline windyacres

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Re: Serbian economy
« Reply #40 on: December 26, 2016, 12:22:16 AM »
Interesting new off shoot of the black economy.
The gray economy...
I have a problem with all the largess that's called
paying taxes.  Hopefully the Serbian people can
continue "Starving the Beast" and keep some money
in their pockets.  I bet too the gray - black - economy
keeps things real quiet of any existence.   The IRS in
the USA even tax "Barter" here, even when no money
has been exchanged.
Be Prepared

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Re: Serbian economy
« Reply #41 on: January 21, 2017, 08:40:53 AM »
TANJUG: From today in Belgrade Chinese bank in Serbia will operate under the name "Bank of China Serbia ad Beograd".
Bank of China was founded in 1912 in Shanghai and operates in 51 countries of the world. The Bank is engaged in investment banking, insurance, direct investments, fund management and leasing of aircraft.

According to data of the magazine "Banker" Bank of China is the fourth the amount of capital among the 1,000 banks in the world, and at the same place at market value and classified as "Fords global 2000".
At the end of 2015 the total assets of these banks reached the amount of 2.590 billion dollars.
Chinese banks in 2013 began working in Hungary, 2015 opened a branch in Prague and 2016 in Vienna, Austria.