SYNERGETIC IMPACT | 1
SYNERGETIC IMPACT
2014/15
SYNERGETIC IMPACT | 32 | NALED 2014/15
6 | NALED 2014/15
NALED is an association of companies, municipalities and civil society organizations, who
work together ...
8 | NALED 2014/15
NALED Executive Office consists
of an expert team of 20 employees
who manage all of the organization’s
a...
RESULTS 2014/15
10 | NALED 2014/15
NALED members maintain that cooperation between the private, public and civil sector is...
Countering shadow
economy
Members of our Fair Competition
Alliance, led by Coca-Cola, initiated the
development of the Nat...
Registry of para-fiscal charges: Busi-
nesses pay 247 para-fiscal charges that
have none or non-proportional benefit
for t...
16 | NALED 2014/15
MUNICIPAL CAPACITY BUILDING
The Top Reformer in the Government of
Vojvodina is Provincial Secretary Bra...
Public-private partnership
To help municipalities prepare for public private partnership and attract investors, in co-
ope...
COMMUNICATION
20 | NALED 2014/15
3.000.000According to official data from Kliping
agency, the commercial value of NALED
me...
Thenumberofmediaannouncementswe
managed to ensure for our members and
relevant topics in 2014 reached 2,300,
whichrepresen...
24 | NALED 2014/15
LIST OF NALED MEMBERS
BUSINESSES
Agri Business Partner
www.abp.rs
Alfa–Plam
www.alfaplam.rs
AOFI – Ser...
26 | NALED 2014/15
LOCALGOVERNMENTS
Veolia Water
www.veolia.com
Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies
www.veoliawater.rs
V...
SYNERGETIC IMPACT | 2928 | NALED 2014/15
30 | NALED 2014/15
www.facebook.com/NALEDSerbia
@NALED_SERBIA
www.linkedin.com/naledserbia
www.slideshare.net/NALED
www.yo...
NALED Brochure 2015
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NALED Brochure 2015

NALED is the only business association bringing together representatives of all three sectors of the society – companies, municipalities and NGOs, who work together on improving the conditions for LED and doing business in Serbia. NALED’s uniqueness is reflected not only in the diversified structure of its members, but also in the fact that in addition to being a membership association, NALED is simultaneously a civil society organization (NGO). Since it was established in 2006, NALED has grown into the largest and most influential public-private association in the country, bringing together more than 200 members, including the most successful companies, local governments and NGOs in Serbia, while the partner network includes more than 40 state institutions and international organizations. NALED's mission is to improve the business environment in Serbia through institutional reforms with active participation and cooperation of businesses, municipalities and citizens. All NALED activities are focused on realizing actual goals deriving from the mission: 1. Improving the regulatory framework for doing business 2. Municipal capacity building for local economic development 3. Membership development
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  • 1. SYNERGETIC IMPACT | 1 SYNERGETIC IMPACT 2014/15
  • 2. SYNERGETIC IMPACT | 32 | NALED 2014/15
  • 3. 6 | NALED 2014/15 NALED is an association of companies, municipalities and civil society organizations, who work together on creating better conditions for living and working in Serbia. Since our establishment in 2006, we have grown into the largest and most influential public-private association. We bring together around 220 members, with our partner network involving morethan40stateinstitutionsandinternationalorganizations.Wearethekeyinterlocutor with the Government and Parliament in defining regulatory priorities and business-related legislation. We provide an independent performance evaluation of state institutions and report to the European Commission and the public on the status of reforms in Serbia. Our members stand for efficient administration, cutting the red tape and para-fiscal bur- den to businesses, and fair competition. We strive to introduce business-friendly standards into the work of local governments and state institutions, aiming to encourage the eco- nomic development of Serbia. WE ARE NALED 70%Cities and municipalities in NALED membership make up for 70% of Serbia’s territory NALED MEMBERS 50% Businesses 40% Local governments 10% CSOs NALED is an independent, non-partisan and non-profit organization – an association that works for the general, rather than individual benefit SYNERGETIC IMPACT | 7
  • 4. 8 | NALED 2014/15 NALED Executive Office consists of an expert team of 20 employees who manage all of the organization’s activities, with the guidance and support of the Managing and Executive Board, Fair Competition Alliance and other gov- erning and working bodies. The Office manages to secure support and funding from international organizations such as GIZ, USAID, the EU Delegation and Open Society Foundation and has realized more than 50 projects for improving the business environment in the past nine years. The most significant project in 2014/15 is the reform of the con- struction permitting process in Serbia - NALED has secured 400.000 EUR from international funds for the initial implemen- tation of an electronic system for construc- tion permitting, in the interest of citizens and the business community of Serbia. NALED total revenues for 2014 amounted to a little more than 1.000.000 EUR. NALED is a non-government organization and is not funded by the state budget. Revenue sources are diverse, contributing to the organization’s sustainability – 67% of funds come from international organi- zations for the purpose of implementing NALED key activities, a third from mem- bership fees, while the rest is covered by our service. OUR STRENGTH 400.000For the purposes of introducing electronic construction permits in Serbia, NALED managed to ensure 400.000 EUR from international funds INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT 39% GIZ 8% EU 32% USAID 11% Others 10% OSI REVENUE SOURCES 67% Projects 30% Membership fees 3% Services NALED operates in line with the law, strict internal procedures and high ethical principles. During 2014, NALED successfully underwent five revisions and independent reviews by international organizations and audit companies – including USAID, GIZ, the EU Delegation, PWC and Deloitte SYNERGETIC IMPACT | 9
  • 5. RESULTS 2014/15 10 | NALED 2014/15 NALED members maintain that cooperation between the private, public and civil sector is the way of finding well-balanced solutions for improving the business environment and attracting new invest- ments. All NALED activities are aimed at creating a favorable business climate – both on the national and local level. In this regard, two of the organization’s program goals stand out: Improving the regu- latory framework for doing business and Municipal capacity building for local economic development. For improving the process of construction permitting, the Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlović was presented with the Top Reformer Award NALED provides expert support to the Joint Group for Improving Serbia’s Position in the World Bank’s Doing Business Report IMPROVING THE REGULATORY FRAMEWORK New legislation NALED is a member of working groups for amending and enacting key business legislation, including the Law on Planning and Construction, Law on Fees, Law on State Survey and Cadaster, Law on Local Government Finance and Law on Investments. We have participated in the drafting pro- cess of the new Law on Planning and Construction and contributed to its enact- ment near the end of 2014. In parallel, we worked on preparing 28 accompanying by-laws and harmonizing sectoral laws with the LPC, ensuring its implementation in practice. With the support of GIZ and SDC, we initiated the project for introducing e-permits in Serbia, with the aim of drasti- cally cutting the permitting procedure and eliminating any room for corruption. We publicly advocated the rights for the unemployed and the adoption of the new Labor Law, and despite objections on the part of syndicates - RTS broadcast our video “Work of the Devil” as part of the “Ask WHEN” national campaign. A month later – the new Law was enacted. SYNERGETIC IMPACT | 11
  • 6. Countering shadow economy Members of our Fair Competition Alliance, led by Coca-Cola, initiated the development of the National Program for Countering Shadow Economy. Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić accepted all of NALED’s 13 measures and formed a Coordination Body for Countering Shadow Economy bringing together line ministers as its members. NALED and the State Secretariat for Public Policies were appointed by the Government to lead the Expert Group for Shadow Economy. Cooperation with the Parliament We initiated the establishment of the first Economic Caucus in the National Parliament of Serbia in November of 2014, providing expert support to its activities together with the International Republican Institute (IRI). In a short period of time, in cooperation with NALED, the Caucus prepared amendments and contributed to the improvement of the Energy Law, Law on Fire Protection and Law on Inspection Oversight. Owing to the Caucus, NALED has enabled the voices of the business community, local governments and citizens to be heard in the Parliament. 12 | NALED 2014/15 Dealing with bureaucracy NALED members have prepared 100 key recommendations for the Government of Serbia aimed at removing administrative barriers for doing business, within the seventh annual edition of NALED Grey Book. Our oldest recommendation from 2008 has finally reached its fulfillment in 2014: the unified payment of salary taxes and contributions. On average, the Government of Serbia adopts 10 of NALED recommendations per year. We believe that this result will be better, considering that the Ministry of Economy included more than 80% of Grey Book recommendations into the Strategy for Developing Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness 2014-2020. Para-fiscal charges We were the first to point towards the pro- blem of para-fiscal charges in Serbia, com- piling and analyzing them in cooperation with USAID BEP, which has contributed to the abolishment of signage fee for entre- preneurs. In 2014, we published the new Registry with 384 non-fiscal charges. Minister of Finance Dušan Vujović accepted the initiative by NALED members to intro- duce a Public Registry of Para-fiscal Charges and as a start – disable the collection of fees not included in the Registry. Support in EU accession As a member of the National Convent on the European Union and coordinator of SECO for Competitiveness, NALED is in charge of the Negotiation Chapter 8 on Competition Policy, in addition to being involved in defining national priorities in programing IPA funds and monitoring the negotiation chapters of special significance to our members. NALED is also one of the contributors to the Annual Progress Report for Serbia by the European Commission. SYNERGETIC IMPACT | 13
  • 7. Registry of para-fiscal charges: Busi- nesses pay 247 para-fiscal charges that have none or non-proportional benefit for them — 72% of these are collected by the State Regulatory Index of Serbia: 80% of laws crucial to the business community are enacted in urgent procedures, while 30% of these laws have been amended 97 times in the past five years By-law Barometer: The Government is more than 1000 days late on average in adopting 178 by-laws Grey Book: Nearly 40% of redundant bureaucratic procedures are within the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Finance 247para-fiscal charges of laws are adopted in urgent procedures redundant procedures days overdue by-laws 80% 40% 1000 14 | NALED 2014/15 IN NALED FOCUS Business friendly certification: Only 5 cities and municipalities in Serbia have managed to fulfill the international standards of business friendly envi- ronment implemented in South East Europe (BFC SEE) local governments reached international standards companies in privatization abandoned army buildings are falling apart 5570 400 Privatization Study: 570 companies in privatization represent frozen capital, a constant loss to the state and local government budgets Brownfield Revitalization: More than 400 abandoned army facilities across Serbia have been awaiting commercialization since 2006, deteriorating instead of being placed into the function of local economic development SYNERGETIC IMPACT | 15
  • 8. 16 | NALED 2014/15 MUNICIPAL CAPACITY BUILDING The Top Reformer in the Government of Vojvodina is Provincial Secretary Branislav Bugarski, who was awarded for his contribution to investment promotion and introduction of business-friendly standard in Vojvodina, ranked as one of the most desirable investment destinations in Europe by the Financial Times NALED Forum of LED Experts, presided by the City of Pančevo, represents a unique platform for exchange of experiences and best practices among professionals from cities and municipalities in Serbia, and provides an opportunity to meet investors, donors and representatives of state institutions Investment promotion In the past seven years, certified municipalities in Serbia (31) have managed to attract more than six billion euros in direct investments. The latest recognition came from a spe- cial edition of The Financial Times magazine, which included 6 local governments from this group (Inđija, Sremska Mitrovica, Vranje, Zaječar, Subotica and Ruma) in their list of top investment destinations in Europe for 2014/15. In cooperation with the Nikola Tesla Airport and Provincial Secretariat for Interregional Cooperation and Local Government, NALED has promoted certified municipalities and Serbia as an investment destina- tion to an audience of more than 4 million passengers from the country and abroad. Municipal certification During 2014, we have improved the business environment in 15 cities and municipalitiesinSerbiathroughtheBusiness Friendly Certification program. With the support of the German Government and GIZ, our certification program has been recognized by institutions and local governments across South East Europe – today, this program is implemented by more than 50 cities and municipalities from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia and Serbia, working together with NALED to create the first joint stan- dard for efficient and transparent local administration in the region. According to information from the daily newspaper Blic, Italian investors chose Trstenik municipality, being certified by NALED as business friendly ‘comune’ SYNERGETIC IMPACT | 17
  • 9. Public-private partnership To help municipalities prepare for public private partnership and attract investors, in co- operation with USAID, NALED had prepared the first manual with concrete instruc- tions and steps for the successful realization of PPPs. In cooperation with the Embassy of France and the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, we organized a large Serbian-French PPP Summit with the aim of promoting domestic projects and connect- ing cities and municipalities with French investors such as Bouygues Construction, Dalkia EDF, Saur COVED, Suez Environnement and Veolia Water Solutions. Brownfield revitalization NALED launched the initiative for revitalizationofbrownfieldsinSerbiaand commercialization of military property, in an attempt to provide an opportunity for cities and municipalities to transform more than 400 abandoned buildings across Serbia and place them in the function of local economic development. The recom- mendations for overcoming this problem weredefinedattheXLEDExpertsForum.In cooperation with USAID, a competition for the best project ideas for re-use of brown- fields was launched, initiating the revitaliza- tion of the Army Club in the Municipality of Vršac which won the competition. 18 | NALED 2014/15 Privatization With the support of USAID, NALED pub- lished its first scientific publication titled “Case Study on Privatization in Serbia”, and based on an analysis of five success- ful and five failed privatization cases from different industries, NALED prepared recommendations aimed at relevant institutions and local governments for suc- cessful completion of this process. More than 570 companies linger in different stag- es of privatization, effectively being frozen capital, a constant loss to the state and local government budgets. Given that resolving land ownership issues represents the first step in this process, NALED has advocated the enactment of the Law on Conversion. Good governance at the local level In cooperation with the Embassy of Finland in Serbia and the cities of Niš and Pančevo, we worked on defining and introducing good governance principles on the local level. Based on the analysis of current status and the needs of city administra- tions, we created a special training and expert support program for cities with the aim to improve the governance processes and prepare for EU integration, with spe- cial focus on program budget planning, applying for EU funds, adjusting city services to vulnerable groups, use of social networks and modern communication channels. Aiming to improve relationships local governments have with the diaspora and achieve better promotion of investment potentials abroad, NALED has organized summer internships for the top 80 students from diaspora in more than 30 municipalities across Serbia for the past four years SYNERGETIC IMPACT | 19
  • 10. COMMUNICATION 20 | NALED 2014/15 3.000.000According to official data from Kliping agency, the commercial value of NALED media releases in 2014 amounted to 3 million EUR STRUCTURE OF MEDIA RELEASES 59% Internet 27% Press 11% TV 3% Radio Owing to expert analyses and research, objective reporting and the results we have achieved in initiating reforms, NALED has gained credibility in the public and the image of the most influential association in the country. SYNERGETIC IMPACT | 21
  • 11. Thenumberofmediaannouncementswe managed to ensure for our members and relevant topics in 2014 reached 2,300, whichrepresentsa26%increasecompared to last year. The topic of shadow economy attracted the greatest media and public attention (674 releases), followed by para-fiscal charges (252) and business friendly environment (213). The TV station that followed us the most was the public media service Serbian BroadcastingCorporation(RTS)—NALED’s strategic partner in the public advocacy for a better business environment. We continued the national campaign ‘Ask WHEN’ and filmed three new videos that were broadcast on RTS. ‘If I Were Grey’ is dealing with the problem of shadow econo- my, ‘Quiz Ask WHEN’ portrayed bureaucra- cy and the ‘counter’ culture in Serbia, while ‘Work of the Devil’ outlined problems when employing workers. The acting crew, with Ivan Tomić as the lead actor, was joined by the protagonists of the hit series ‘State Job’ and Ivan Zeljković — ‘Zeka the Millionaire ‘. 100In 2014, we organized more than 100 expert meetings, round tables and conferences, involving our members and partners from all three sectors of the society - businesses, foreign investors, mayors, ministers, members of Parliament, ambassadors, leaders of international organizations and institutions 22 | NALED 2014/15 In print media, our topics caught the big- gest attention from Dnevnik, Privredni pregled, Večernje novosti and daily newspaper Blic with whom we made a 2 month series on shadow economy (every Saturday during July and August 2014). Aside from the large number of brochures, studies and manuals, NALED published two issues of the ‘Synergy’ magazine that ana- lyzed the topics of shadow economy and the European Union, from the perspective of citizens and experts, businesses and the state. Synergy is the only business journal with an educational character, providing a 3D perspective on the business climate and economic trends in the country and region. We have distributed a circulation of 3,000 copies to decision makers in Serbia and the region, as well as the Nikola Tesla Airport. In 2014, we paid special attention to our online communication. The new and im- proved website at www.naled.rs had a record 360,000 hits. This was in part due to the numerous online services avail- able on our website: Investment Database, Registry of Para-Fiscal Charges, Database of Funds, Database of Trainings, Calculator of Business Expenses, By-Law Barometer, and many others. We managed to increase our influence on the social networks by nearly 100%, with close to 5.000 followers on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. SYNERGETIC IMPACT | 23
  • 12. 24 | NALED 2014/15 LIST OF NALED MEMBERS BUSINESSES Agri Business Partner www.abp.rs Alfa–Plam www.alfaplam.rs AOFI – Serbian Export Credit and Insurance Agency www.aofi.rs Apatin Brewery www.jelenpivo.com Asseco SEE www.asseco-see.com Atlantic Group www.atlanticgrupa.com Bambi www.bambi.rs Belgrade Fair www.sajam.co.rs Beohemija Inhem www.beohemija.com British American Tobacco SEE www.bat.com Chipita YU www.chipita.com Cisco Serbia www.cisco.com/yu Coca–Cola Company www.coca-cola.rs Coca–Cola HBC Serbia www.coca-colahellenic.rs Comtrade System Integration www.comtradegroup.com Confluence Property Management www.confluence.rs Continental Wind Serbia www.continentalwind.com Copper Mill Sevojno www.coppersev.com CRH Serbia www.crhserbia.com Crowne Plaza Belgrade www.ihg.com/crowneplaza Delhaize Serbia www.maxi.rs Deloitte www.deloitte.com DHL International Belgrade www.dhl.rs DIS www.dis.rs Dunav osiguranje www.dunav.com Elnos BL www.elnosbl.com Energoprojekt holding www.energoprojekt.rs Erker-inženjering www.erker-inzenjering.com Erste bank www.erstebank.rs Farmalogist www.farmalogist.rs Galeb Group www.galeb.com General Electric - GE Holdings www.ge.com Gi Group HR Solutions www.gigroup.rs Gomex www.gomex.rs Gorenje www.gorenje.rs Grawe osiguranje www.grawe.rs Green soft www.greensoft.rs Halifax Consulting www.halifaxconsulting.com Harrisons www.harrison-solicitors.com Heineken Serbia www.theheinekencompany.com Hemofarm www.hemofarm.rs Horwath HTL www.horwathhtl.rs Hyatt Regency Belgrade www.belgrade.regency.hyatt.com Hypo Alpe–Adria–Bank www.hypo-alpe-adria.rs Inpharm Co www.inpharm.rs Isailović & Partners Attorneys at Law www.advokatskakancelarija.com ITM www.itm.rs JT International www.jti.com JUBMES bank www.jubmes.rs Karanović & Nikolić Law Office www.karanovic-nikolic.com Knjaz Miloš www.knjaz.co.rs Komercijalna Banka www.kombank.com Kosić Law Office www.kosiclaw.co.rs Koteks Viscofan www.viscofan.com SYNERGETIC IMPACT | 25 KPMG www.kpmg.rs Linde Gas Serbia www.linde.rs Luka Beograd www.lukabeograd.com Media Center www.mc.rs Mera Software Services www.merasws.rs Mercator-S www.mercator.rs Messer Tehnogas www.messer.rs Metro Cash&Carry www.metro.rs Microsoft Software www.microsoft.com/serbia Millennium team www.millenniumtem.rs MK Group www.mkgroup.rs Moj KIOSK www.mojkioskstampa.rs Mondelez www.mondelezinternational.com MSD Merck Sharp & Dohme www.msd.rs Nelt Co www.nelt.rs Nimax www.nimax.rs Novi Sad Fair www.sajam.net Pejak handel www.pejak-handel.net Perutnina Ptuj Topiko www.perutnina.si Petite Geneve Petrović www.petitegeneve.com PFB www.pfb.rs Pfizer HCP Corporation www.pfizer.com Philip Morris Services www.pmi.com Pionir www.pionir.rs Porr Werner & Weber www.porr.rs PricewaterhouseCoopers www.pwc.rs ProCredit Bank www.procreditbank.rs Represent Communications www.represent.rs River Power Solutions www.riverpower.eu Roche www.rochesrbija.rs Rudnik – Contango www.contango.rs SADE Serbia www.sade.rs SAGA www.saga.rs SAP West Balkans www.sap.com/westbalkans Schneider Electric Serbia www.schneider-electric.rs Sekopak www.sekopak.com Serbian Business Systems www.sbs.rs SGS www.sgs.com Siemens www.siemens.rs Simič & Partners www.simic-partneri.rs Societe Generale Bank www.societegenerale.rs Sojaprotein www.sojaprotein.rs Standard Gas www.standardgas.rs Stefkom www.stefkom.rs Stiga www.stiga.rs STIHL www.stihl.rs Strauss Adriatic www.strauss-group.rs Telekom Serbia www.telekom.rs Telenor www.telenor.rs Tigar www.tigar.com Tikkurila Zorka www.zorkacolor.com Titan Cementara Kosjerić www.titan.rs UniCredit Bank www.unicreditbank.rs UNIQA www.uniqa.rs
  • 13. 26 | NALED 2014/15 LOCALGOVERNMENTS Veolia Water www.veolia.com Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies www.veoliawater.rs VIP mobile www.vipmobile.rs Wind Vision Operations www.windvision.com Zdravlje Actavis company www.actavis.rs City of Belgrade www.beograd.rs City of Čačak www.cacak.org.rs City of Kragujevac www.kragujevac.rs City of Kraljevo www.kraljevo.org City of Kruševac www.krusevac.rs City of Leskovac www.gradleskovac.org City of Loznica www.loznica.rs City of Niš www.ni.rs City of Novi Sad www.novisad.rs City of Pančevo www.pancevo.rs City of Požarevac www.pozarevac.rs City of Šabac www.sabac.org City of Smederevo www.smederevo.org.rs City of Sombor www.sombor.rs City of Sremska Mitrovica www.sremskamitrovica.org.rs City of Užice www.graduzice.org City of Valjevo www.valjevo.org.rs City of Vranje www.vranje.org.rs City of Zaječar www.zajecar.info City of Zrenjanin www.zrenjanin.org.rs Municipality of Aleksinac www.aleksinac.org Municipality of Apatin www.soapatin.org Municipality of Aranđelovac www.arandjelovac.rs Municipality of Arilje www.arilje.org.rs Municipality of Bač www.bac.rs Municipality of Bačka Palanka www.backapalanka.rs Municipality of Bečej www.becej.rs Municipality of Bela Palanka www.belapalanka.org.rs Municipality of Bogatić www.bogatic.rs Municipality of Boljevac www.boljevac.org.rs Municipality of Bor www.opstinabor.rs Municipality of Bujanovac www.bujanovacin.rs Municipality of Ćuprija www.cuprija.rs Municipality of Dimitrovgrad www.dimitrovgrad.rs Municipality of Gornji Milanovac www.gornjimilanovac.rs Municipality of Inđija www.indjija.net Municipality of Ivanjica www.ivanjica.rs Municipality of Kanjiža www.kanjiza.rs Municipality of Kikinda www.kikinda.rs Municipality of Kladovo www.kladovo.org.rs Municipality of Knić www.knic.rs Municipality of Knjaževac www.knjazevac.rs Municipality of Kovačica www.kovacica.org Municipality of Kovin www.kovin.org.rs Municipality of Kula www.kula.rs Municipality of Lajkovac www.lajkovac.org.rs Municipality of Lapovo www.lapovo.org Municipality of Lazarevac www.lazarevac.rs Municipality of Lebane www.lebane.org.rs Municipality of Merošina www.merosina.org.rs Municipality of Mionica www.mionica.rs Municipality of Mladenovac www.mladenovac.rs Municipality of Negotin www.negotin.rs Municipality of Nova Varoš www.novavaros.rs Municipality of Novi Bečej www.novibecej.rs Municipality of Obrenovac www.obrenovac.rs Municipality of Odžaci www.odzaci.rs Municipality of Osečina www.osecina.com Municipality of Palilula www.palilula.org.rs Municipality of Pećinci www.pecinci.org Municipality of Pirot www.pirot.rs Municipality of Plandište www.plandiste-opstina.rs Municipality of Požega www.pozega.org .rs Municipality of Prokuplje www.prokuplje.org.rs Municipality of Rača www.raca.rs Municipality of Rakovica www.rakovica.rs Municipality of Raška www.raska.org.rs Municipality of Ražanj www.razanj.org Municipality of Ruma www.ruma.rs Municipality of Šid www.opstinasid.org Municipality of Srbobran www.srbobran.rs Municipality of Stara Pazova www.starapazova.eu Municipality of Stari grad www.starigrad.org.rs Municipality of Trgovište www.trgoviste.rs Municipality of Trstenik www.trstenik.rs Municipality of Tutin www.tutin.rs Municipality of Veliko Gradište www.velikogradiste.org.rs Municipality of Vladičin Han www.vladicinhan.org.rs Municipality of Vračar www.vracar.org.rs Municipality of Vrbas www.vrbas.net Municipality of Vrnjačka Banja www.opstinavrnjackabanja.com Municipality of Vršac www.vrsac.com Municipality of Žabalj www.zabalj.rs Municipality of Žitište www.zitiste.org.rs Municipality of Zvezdara www.zvezdara.com ACES www.aces.rs Alliance of Beekeeping Organizations of Serbia www.spos.info Automobile and Motorcycle Association of Serbia www.amss.org.rs BIRN Serbia www.birn.eu.com Civic initiatives www.gradjanske.org ENECA – EcoNomic Expert Community Association www.eneca.org.rs Ethno Network www.ethnonetwork.com Junior Achievement Serbia www.ja-serbia.org National Parliament Association www.parlament.org.rs Panonija Construction and Utility Services Cluster www.klasterpanonija.com PEXIM Foundation www.peximfoundation.org Serbian Business Registers Agency www.apr.gov.rs Serbian Chimney Sweep Association www.dimnicari.org Serbian Film Commission www.filminserbia.com Serbian Private Health Institutions and Private Practice Association www.privatnapraksa.org Serbian Recycling Association www.reciklerisrbije.com Smart Kolektiv www.smartkolektiv.org Trag fondacija www.tragfondacija.org UVRA Business Association Novi Sad www.uvra.net Via-Vita Road Association of Serbia www.via-vita.org.rs ZREPOK – Zrenjanin Business Circle www.zrepok.rs CSOS/INDEPENDENTINSTITUTIONS SYNERGETIC IMPACT | 27
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