New economic dossier – Serbia: political consensus is the key to economic progress


The political environment continues to represent a challenge for Serbia. The outcome of early elections, as well as widespread discord among political parties on necessary reform measures, together with still unresolved territorial issues, are indications of a protracted political deadlock. If it fails to quickly reach political consensus, Serbia risks further delays in its EU integration process and a slowdown in economic catching-up.

The political environment continues to represent a challenge for Serbia. The outcome of early elections, as well as widespread discord among political parties on necessary reform measures, together with still unresolved territorial issues, are indications of a protracted political deadlock. If it fails to quickly reach political consensus, Serbia risks further delays in its EU integration process and a slowdown in economic catching-up.

 

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