Published at: 2019-01-17 11:10 | Author: RM
Jelena Radulovic, Regional Director of Retail Agency, CBS International
The past 12 months have seen a great deal of change and activity to the retail sector, however Belgrade is still not at the level of the other capitals in the region nor the European metropolises. Some of the challenges facing the the Serbian capital are ones being faced across the region, including the growth of online shopping, a general drop in the number of visitors to shopping centers and the crisis among large department store formats. International retailers as well as global and local fr...

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