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Beograd:

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, Serbian Beograd, city (1991 est. pop. 1,168,454), capital of Serbia, and of the former nation of Yugoslavia and its short-lived successor, Serbia and Montenegro, at the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers.
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, Serbia.
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We believe that Piraeus Bank AD Beograd customers and employees will benefit from being part of an enlarged banking group and we look forward to the timely completion of the transaction'.
According to Blic.rs, Kim was the sole investor who showed interest to acquire Privredna Banka Beograd when it was already insolvent before the National Bank of Serbia revoked the bank's licence in October 2013.
We are highly impressed with the work of INI doo Beograd, and that is why we have expressed our interest for this partnership.
The Komercijalna Banka group encompasses Komercijalna banka AD Beograd, Komercijalna banka AD Budva, Komercijalna banka AD Banja Luka and KomBank Invest AD Beograd.
The Ashkali are concentrated in the same four municipalities of Belgrade (Novi Beograd, Zemun, Palilula and Cukarica), where the largest concentrations of Roma and Egyptians are, while in the other 12 municipalities Ashkali ethnic group is not found.
22 December 2011 - Serbia's Agrobanka AD Beograd intends to hike its capital by between EUR50m (USD65.3m) and EUR100m in 2012, its executive board chairman Dusan Antonic said as quoted by news agency Beta on Thursday.
This agreement covers Direct-to-Home transmission of the public television channels RTS Sat and Radio Beograd in Serbia.
Kurirska, ekspres i paketska sluzba i sledljivost posiljaka u postanskoj logistici [Courier, express and parcel service and folowness of items in postal logistic], in PosTel 2008, XXVI simpozijum o novim tehnologijama u postanskom i telekomunikacionom saobra?aju, Saobra?ajni fakultet, Beograd, Srbija, 157-166.
Tilgin entered the deal via its partner, system integrator Saga Beograd.
Also, Turkey's Galatasaray will take on the winner of the match between OFK Beograd of Serbia and Torpedo Zhodino of Belarus in the third qualifying round.
He moved to OFK Beograd in February 2006 and a 18 months later OFK Beograd sold him to Lazio for pounds 700,000.