This guide has been prepared for the assistance of those interested in doing business in Serbia. It does not cover the subject exhaustively but is intended to answer some of the important, broad questions that may arise. When specific problems occur in practice, it will often be necessary to refer to the laws and regulations of Serbia and to obtain appropriate accounting and legal advice. This guide contains only brief notes and includes legislation in force as of January 2017.
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