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Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has today changed the outlook on the Government of Serbia's rating to positive from stable and affirmed the B1 long-term issuer and senior unsecured debt ratings.

National project "Year of Entrepreneurship 2016" was officialy presented at the ceremony held on Tuesday, March 1 2016, at the Serbian Chamber of Commerce. The project will be implemented by the Government of the Republic of Serbia and the Ministry of Economy, with the participation and support of numerous institutional partners.

On December 2015, Fitch Ratings announced that it has revised Serbia's Outlook to Positive from Stable and affirmed its Long-term foreign and local currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDR) at 'B+'.

Two years after the start of accession negotiations, on December 2015, Republic of Serbia opened negotiation chapters with the European Union (EU) at the Intergovernmental Conference held in Brussels.

Belgrade is one of the oldest cities in the entire old continent. In antiquity, Thraco-Dacians inhabited the region, and after 279 BC Celts conquered the city, naming it Singidūn. It was conquered by the Romans during the reign of Augustus, and awarded city rights in the mid-2nd century.

The historic past of Serbia can be seen throughout its dynamic capital. Being a large city, Belgrade showcases high rise buildings alongside remnants of socialist blocks and Ottoman relics. With inexpensive prices and a bustling nightlife scene, it has been ranked as one of the best places to party in the world. 

Serbia's progress on the list of the World Bank was assessed as good news and a positive signal to potential investors who are considering Serbia as an investment destination.

Classical and cosmopolitan without being too fancy; artistically reviving and urbanite cool without being overconfident; tinged with a post-war persona and laced with an underlying poverty, it wears a beautiful cloak and dons a cheerful smile.

You want a mix between spotless new developments and hard-earned urban corrosion? A big city feel that you can grasp in a week? And just the right level of obscurity? Then hop a flight — probably on Aeroflot Airlines, and probably after a lengthy Moscow layover, alas — to the capital of Serbia. You can say you vacationed there before it was cool.

With their emerging markets and rising regional influence, the cities of Belgrade, Panama City, Addis Ababa, and Yangon may soon become global financial capitals and havens for the super-rich, global real estate consultancy Knight Frank predicted in its annual Wealth Report last week.