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Over the last 10 years, considerable legislative efforts have been made towards creating a favourable framework for financing agribusiness and agricultural production in Serbia.
If a company is ready to expose an infringement to the EC it should be prepared to file leniency applications with all relevant authorities.
Serbia implemented a support scheme for renewable energy in its legal system for the first time in 2009.
Corporate and personal income tax, social security contributions and property tax are among the sectors to be affected.
In Macedonia, the Law on Personal Data Protection governs personal data protection issues. The amended version came into force as of 11 March 2014.
In Montenegro there is no specific regulation governing online privacy (including cookies). Accordingly, the general data protection rules are relevant to online privacy too.
This newsletter includes information on the Serbian parliament’s appointment of Professor Miloje Obradovic´ as president of the Competition Commission, and other news.
The new EU Regulation No 1169/2011 on the Provision of Food Information to Consumers will enter into force on 13 December 2014.
The Croatian Competition Agency was provided with the authority to conduct dawn raids in 2010, but it was not until June 2013 that it conducted its first one.
On 5 August 2014, the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia enacted the Law on amendments and additions to the Insolvency Law.
On 5 August 2014, the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia enacted a new privatisation law, which came into force on 13 August 2014.
This briefing deals with a repeal of the provisions of the Income Tax Law regarding the retroactive taxation of receipt from dividends and profit sharing.
The Croatian Ministry of Justice has recently changed its practice and has begun consenting to the purchase of real estate in Croatia by Russian citizens.
Croatia: recent news highlights — increase in mobile operator prices and mass termination of subscription agreements; and more
Karanovic & Nikolic discusses the recent news highlights coming out of Croatia.
Serbia: privatisation law reformed — how can creditors protect their claims on companies in restructuring?
The Serbian Parliament has passed a new law amending the law on privatisation under urgent procedure. The new law entered into force on 13 May 2014.
The Croatian Consumer Protection Act has recently updated how customer claims are to be handled.
A new Consumer Protection Act is currently in the process of being adopted in Croatia.
Tax Newsletter — Serbia: rulebooks on tax balance and tax returns for corporate taxpayers and entrepreneurs
Karanovic & Nikolic has published the March 2014 edition of its Tax Newsletter.
Croatia: recent news highlights — Strategic Investment Act and proposed new act on maritime goods and sea harbours
The new act on strategic investment in Croatia has achieved its goal of reducing administrative procedures and ensuring the speedy realisation of strategic projects in Croatia.
A new Criminal Procedure Code was enacted in Serbia in October 2013. The code has introduced the new concept of investigative proceedings into the process.