Senior associate at Karanovic & Nikolic moderates session at Foreign Investors Council Reality Check event
Milena Jaksic Papac, senior associate at Karanovic & Nikolic, has moderated the session on the Labour Law and overall legal framework at the Foreign Investors Council Reality Check conference, which was held in Belgrade on 20 May 2013.
The working session gathered chief executives of FIC member companies and high state officials who discussed the planned reforms in the field of labour regulations and improvements in liberalisation of forex operations achieved by recent amendments to the Law on Foreign Exchange Operations.
Dialogue was held with Zoran Martinovic, state secretary in the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Policy (Državni sekretar u Ministarstvu rada, zapošljavanja i socijalne politike), Zlatko Milikic, assistant minister in the Ministry of Finance and Economy (Pomoćnik Ministra finansija i privrede), Aleksandra Kitic, director of the Foreign Exchange Department of NBS (director Sektora za devizno poslovanje Narodne banke Srbije) and Nadia Benkirane, director of the Credit Operations Sector in the International Relations Department of NBS (direktor Odeljenja za kreditne odnose sa inostranstvom u Sektoru za međunarodnu saradnju NBS).
The working session was followed by plenary session held with high state officials, including prime minister Ivica Dacic, National Bank governor Jorgovanka Tabaković, selected diplomats and guests where Jaksic Papac presented the conclusions from the moderated working session.
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