Proposal of the New Law on Managing State-Owned Enterprises in Serbia

The Serbian government recently passed a new proposal for the Law on the Management of State-Owned Enterprises. The law aims to improve governance and oversight of companies in which the state owns over 50% of shares.

The law could have significant implications for major Serbian state-owned enterprises. Its effectiveness in balancing commercial interests and public assets remains to be seen.

In this article, JPM Senior Associate Živko Simijonović and Associate Staša Kneselac are outlining the key aspects of the proposed changes.


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