The Republic of Serbia is a state in the Balkans. It was formed by the separation of Serbia-Montenegro. There are Hungary in the north, Croatia in the west, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, Macedonia and Kosovo in the south, Romania and Bulgaria in the east. The surface area is 77,474 square kilometers. The Capital;is Belgrade.
Cities of Serbia
Serbia's Telephone Code: +381
Serbia's Currency: Serbian Dinar
Belgrade, Kopaonik, Novi Pazar (New Market), Novi Sad, Subotica
Economy of Serbia
The Serbian economy is mainly based on foreign capital-supported manufacturing and exports. Although the country is not a member of the EU in terms of market size, it ranks 3rd in Southeast Europe behind Romania and Bulgaria. The distribution of GDP by sectors in 2016; 9,9% of agriculture and livestock industry was 41,5%, services realized as 48,6% (EIU).
There are 2.8 million labor force in the country. 21.9% of this workforce is employed in agriculture, 15.6% in industrial production and 62.5% is employed in the services sector. The ratio of the population living under the poverty line to the general population is 9.2%.
Serbia's Export Products
Automobile, Insulated Wire, Electric Motors, Rubber Tire and Rolled Tobacco.
Serbia's Import Products
Vehicle Parts, Automobiles, Crude Oil, Packaged Medicines and Refined Oil.
Countries Exported by Serbia
Italy, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia and Romania.
Countries that Serbia imports
Germany, Italy, Russia, China and Hungary.
Living Nations in Serbia
82,86% Serb, 3,91% Hungarian, 1,81% Bosniak, 11,42% other.
Languages Spoken in Serbia
Official language; Serbian. Ethnic groups also speak their own language