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Sep 07, 2009 11:46 EEST
September 7 (SeeNews) - Following are some of the main stories in the online versions of Serbian media over the weekend and on Monday morning. SeeNews has not verified these reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
- Bank of Moscow is interested in taking part in any tenders for loans that Serbia's government is going to call to bridge its budget gap.
- Serbian tobacco producer Duvanska Industrija Nis (DIN), majority-owned by Phillip Morris, will lay off 306 workers on Monday.
- FAS, a joint venture company of Serbian car maker Zastava and Italy’s Fiat, will boost the monthly production of vehicles to 4,000 units from current 2,200 in the remaining months of this year, the company’s Director General Zoran Radojevic said. About 19,200 potential buyers have shown interest in the Fiat Punto model so far. Serbia’s government will continue to subsidize the credits for the purchase of Punto cars until the end of 2009 in a bid to support FAS. Serbian citizens are also able to trade their old vehicles in exchange for 1,000 euro off the price of a new Punto model.
- Italy's UniCredit Group and Banca Intesa, and Greece’s Eurobank EFG and Piraeus Bank have slashed their mortgage interest rates in Serbia despite the global financial crisis.
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