Serbian Budget in Focus as IMF Starts Review After Spending VowsBy
Prime Minister Vucic seeks higher public wages and pensions
Government to raise taxes in case of external shocks
Serbia’s 2016 budget will be the focus of an International Monetary Fund review that starts Thursday, during which the Washington-based lender will also evaluate progress on overhauling unprofitable state-owned companies and cutting public jobs.
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