China and Serbia Sign an Agricultural Cooperation Agreement

China and Serbia on Tuesday [17 January 2017] signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation in agriculture. The MoU was signed in the Serbian capital Belgrade by visiting Chinese Minister of Agriculture Han Changfu and his Serbian counterpart Branislav Nedimovic…Full Article: China Daily Jan 2017 Key Point The MoU will reportedly focus on developing

Serbia Hopes for Chinese Investment in Fruit Processing Plant

Chinese investors are interested in Serbia’s fruit farming, Dragan Glamocic, Serbia’s outgoing minister of agriculture, stated in Budimka factory in Pozega, which he visited on Wednesday together with investors from China. On the occasion, guests from China were acquainted with the production capacities of Budimka, one of former leading producers of marmalades, jams, juices and

Serbia Warms to Chinese Investment in its Agriculture Sector

Serbia welcomed potential Chinese investment in its agriculture as they would be most beneficial for both countries, said Danilo Golubovic, State Secretary in the Serbian Ministry of Agriculture on Tuesday [14 May 2013]. Since Serbia has free trade agreements with the European Union (EU), Russia and Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) countries, all Chinese