About the project

The USAID Cooperation for Growth (CFG) Project is a four-year activity aiming to improve conditions for broad-based economic growth through improvements in the Serbian business enabling environment.
The Project will address business environment improvements to simplify and streamline the regulatory framework, as well as standardize and monitor its implementation. On the other side, the focus will also be on diversifying and increasing the number of financial products available to Serbian SMEs.
Presentation for Market Inspectorate


EBRD Trade Passport – online self-assessment tool for successful trading

Our partners from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) presents the Trade passport, an online self-assessment tool that provides a simple, quick and effective way to help small and medium-sized enterprises to unlock the strengths and the areas for improvement and to discover their unrealized opportunities in international trading.

One year to recover from the crisis

It will take an average a one year for the Serbian economy affected by the coronavirus pandemic to recover from the crisis, according to the results of the third iteration of “Overcoming the crisis together” survey, conducted by the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and USAID’s Cooperation for Growth Project.

The third cycle of the online survey “Together through the crisis”

The Serbian Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with USAID′s Cooperation for Growth Project is launching the third cycle of business surveys as part of the “Together through the Crisis” survey on the economic aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic crisis.


These are the open solicitations of USAID Cooperation for Growth Project:

The overall goal of the Solicitations program is to identify partners who can assist the Project`s goals and enrich its activities with fresh perspectives, support and enhance the capacity of Serbian SMEs for growth and encourage cooperation between the public and private sectors.

Request for Expression of Interest (EOI)

Deadlines for submission: November 1, 2019; February 1, 2020; May 1, 2020 and August 1, 2020.