About Serbia


In recent years, the globe’s collective memory about Serbia and the Balkans is filled with images of its turbulent past, communism and violence.

Some would even point at Serbia’s complicated past as a reason for not investing in the country. However, many years have passed since then, and by knowing just a little of Serbia, we will find that the ghosts of the past should not deter us from looking into the country’s bright future. 

In fact, the latest economic data indicate that there are good chances that the recent upswing in the Serbian economy will hold, giving investors a good opportunity to get good returns if they put their money in this Balkan country.

Mundo’s Freedom Rating (0-10)

Mundo´s freedom rating is essentially a freedom index whereby our teams of specialists rate a combination of freedoms which include freedom from violence and personal attacks, financial freedom from high taxes, business freedom from government interference, and especially from socialism and communism.

Political Stability: 7

Unstable government, protests and weak institutions have been the common denominator of this country for the last years. In fact, The Economist’s democracy index ranked Serbia as a “flawed democracy” in 2020.

The ruling party is the Serbian Proggresive Party (SNS), which has governed the country since 2012. Its opponents have denounced the increasing authoritarian practices and repression against opposition politicians.

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