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September 23 (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 defence industry will exceed this year the $400 million in exports it logged in 2008, Defence Minister Dragan Sutanovac said, giving no estimate.
- About 1,200 workers have voluntarily quit their jobs at Serbia’s oil monopoly NIS, majority-owned by Russia’s Gazprom, since Monday, leaving the company with about 11,000 workers on payroll.
- The Serbian government and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development signed on Tuesday a 150 million euro loan agreement for a section of EU-defined Corridor X. The 90-kilometre stretch runs from Nis, Serbia’s third largest city in the southeast, to Dimitrovgrad, on the border with Bulgaria.
- Russia’s Gazprom, majority owner of Serbia’s oil monopoly NIS, has been in talks with the government in Belgrade about finding a legal framework that would allow the Russian partner to retain its control of Serbia’s market for oil derivatives 18 months longer than planned. The current regulations disallowing the import of oil derivatives are otherwise due to expire on January 1, 2011.
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