The Embassy’s Economic Affairs Section is responsible for monitoring and managing the full range of economic relations between the U.S. and Serbia.
The Economic Section provides first-hand information and expert analysis on current economic and financial developments in Serbia. The section supports visiting U.S. government delegations and maintains regular contact with a variety of Serbian government institutions, American and Serbian business organizations, think-tanks, and non-governmental organizations. The section serves as an advocate for U.S. economic and business interests in Serbia and works to explain U.S. economic policies and financial regulations to Serbian audiences. Additionally, the Economic Affairs Section works to actively promote Secretary Clinton’s Economic Statecraft initiative in Serbia.
Specific issues handled by the Economic Section include:
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Development Financing
- Energy, Oil and Gas
- Environment and Sustainable Development
- Financial Services and Financial Regulation
- Intellectual Property
- Investment and Investment Disputes
- Labor Affairs
- Macroeconomic Trends
- Telecommunications Policies
- Terrorist Financing
- Trade Agreements and the World Trade Organization
Economic Section Chief