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  • Do you speak Serbian? 28.07.2011 Novi magazin 13

    Do you speak Serbian?

    Diplomats on service in Serbia usually speak at least one more language besides their native tongue. It is usually English, French or German, but there are those who wholeheartedly try to learn Serbian too. Mirjana Pantic reveals the names of some ambassadors, present in the public eye, who are able to communicate with their hosts in a less formal atmosphere thanks to the fact they learnt Serbian. More

  • Every hotel older than 30 years should be torn down 28.07.2011 Novi magazin 13

    Every hotel older than 30 years should be torn down

    If Montenegro were to organize itself properly it could earn 3 billion Euros from tourism, which is 5 to 6 more than what it makes now, claims the co-owner of the hotel Splendid and the president of the Montenegrin tourist association Zarko Radulovic in a conversation with Veseljko Koprivica. More

  • 28.07.2011 Novi magazin 13

    Refuge

    Extremely unreliable weather conditions, fires, floods, awaken volcanoes, strange temperature oscillations...in this half spent summer are not at all responsible for a gloomy summer postcard. In the abundance of everything there is, it seems that there is no more room to worry about earthquakes which are constantly moving the Japanese islands. The media have stop covering it. More

  • How to earn a billion Euros 21.07.2011 Novi magazin 12

    How to earn a billion Euros

    From a foreigners’ perspective Serbia is, among other things, an expensive tourist destination where there are no good roads, signalization, tourist guides, quality programs… At the same time, it is a country of hospitable people and good fun, but the domestic or the foreign guests are less willing to pay for a smile. More

  • The fall of communism 21.07.2011 Novi magazin 12

    The fall of communism

    Can the crisis from Greece overflow to Serbia? Unlikely. Can the fate of Greece happen to Serbia? More likely. End here are the arguments for it. More

  • Parents are suffocating their children 21.07.2011 Novi magazin 12

    Parents are suffocating their children

    "It’s going to be as I say so and that’s final!", "I know what’s best!", "You will eat what I prepared and don’t you fantasize!", "I feed you, I dress you, so you have to listen to me!"– these are only some of the sentences most parents use when they talk to their children. More

  • Doctors accepted a half of million in bribes 21.07.2011 Novi magazin 12

    Doctors accepted a half of million in bribes

    Novi magazin exclusively reveals the data from an investigation on how much the pharmaceutical companies received in bribes, as well as the amount of bribes taken by the doctors. More

  • Why is no one taking care of the image of Serbia? 14.07.2011 Novi magazin 11

    Why is no one taking care of the image of Serbia?

    Serbia doesn’t have a law on lobbying, because why almost every activity whose purpose is influencing the decision makers can be seen as corruption. Mirjana Pantic investigated why lobbying isn’t regulated by law, why that activity still has a negative connotation in Serbia, and is the absence of lobbying networks one of the reasons for the slow recovery of the image of Serbia in the world. More

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