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Starting a business in Serbia

Legal Forms of Companies

 The"drustvo sa ogranicenom odgovornoscu" (d.o.o.) corresponds to a limited liability company
Number of partners: From one to fifty shareholders
Capital (max/min): EUR 500
Shareholders and liability: The liability of members is up to the value of their investment.
 The "akcionarsko drustvo" (a.d.) corresponds to a public limited company
Number of partners: Minimum 2 shareholders, maximum 100 for a closed a.d., no maximum for an open a.d.
Capital (max/min): Equivalent of EUR 10,000 minimum for a closed a.d.; EUR 25,000 for an open a.d.
Shareholders and liability: Their liability is limited to the amount of capital contributed.  
The "ortacko drustvo" (o.d.) corresponds to a general partnership
Number of partners:  Minimum 2 partners
Capital (max/min):  No minimum capital required.
Shareholders and liability: Their liability is joint and indefinite.  
 The"komanditno drustvo" (k.d.) corresponds to a limited partnership
Number of partners:  Minimum 2 partners
Capital (max/min):  No minimum capital required.
Shareholders and liability: The liability of the active partners is unlimited. The liability of the silent partners is limited to the amount of capital contributed.  
The Competent Organisation
The Serbian Business Register Agency.
Company Directories
Serbian Business Register Agency
 
Setting Up a Company Serbia Eastern Europe & Central Asia
Procedures (number) 7.0 5.3
Time (days) 7.0 11.8

Source: Doing Business, 2016

 
Business Setup Procedures
Consult Doing Business Website, to know about procedures to start a Business in Serbia.
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