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Sep 02, 2009 12:15 EEST
September 2 (SeeNews) - Following are some of the main stories in the online versions of Serbian media on Wednesday morning. SeeNews has not verified these reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
-Serbia’s new consumer protection law, drafted in line with the European Union standards, is expected to be adopted by the end of this year, Trade Minister Slobodan Milosavljevic said.
-The Central Association of Dairy Producers of Serbia’s Vojvodina province said they will hold a nationwide strike unless retailers raise the purchase price for top quality milk to 31.5 dinars per litre, the association president Jugoslav Dimitrijevic said. Producers also demanded that retailers purchase regular quality milk at the price of 24 dinars per litre, up from the current price that varies between 12 and 24 dinars per litre.
- Local banks have approved 2.8 billion dinars in soft loans in support of Serbian companies since the government in Belgrade launched the soft-loan programme in March.
- Serbian drug maker Hemofarm, owned by Germany's STADA, will delist its unit Zorka Pharma from the Belgrade stock exchange, Sinteza brokerage house said. Zorka Pharma’s shares recently plunged to 328 dinars from 2,400 dinars in 2007.
(1 euro=93.1071 Serbian dinars)
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