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Moravica District (Moravicki okrug)

The Moravicki District is in the central parts of Serbia. It encompasses the municipalities of:

It has a population of 230,748. Its seat is in the city of Cacak.

In the monuments heritage of Cacak a special place take the religious building: monasteries and churches. The ten monasteries of the Ovcarsko-Kablarska Gorge are referred to as the Serbian Athos. Certain of them were built in the time of the Serb gentry of the Nemanjic, Lazarevic and Brankovic dinasties. Over centuries these ten monasteries safeguarded the ancient manuscripts, out of which some were also written there.

Cacak is one of the major economic centers of Serbia. Its economy is dominated by industrial production. Above all, by metal-processing (the "Sloboda" and "Cer" factories), paper production (Paper Factory), chemical industry (the "1 May"). It has also well developed agriculture ("Stocar").

Districts of Serbia

North Bačka | South Bačka | West Bačka | North Banat | Central Banat | South Banat | Bor | Braničevo | Jablanica | Kolubara | Kosovo | Kosovo-Pomoravlje | Kosovska Mitrovica | Mačva | Moravica | Nišava | Pčinja | Peć | Pirot | Podunavlje | Pomoravlje | Prizren | Raška | Rasina | Srem | Šumadija | Toplica | Zaječar | Zlatibor

City of Belgrade

Note: All official material made by Government of Serbia is public by law. Information was taken from official website (http://www.serbia.sr.gov.yu/).

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Jovanovic: EU accession in Serbia's economic and political interest (371 words)
During a meeting with businessmen of the Moravica district, Jovanovic said that the government's reform model stipulates a tight monetary policy, market liberalization and fast privatisation, noting that EU accession is in Serbia's economic and political interest.
Noting that part of the revenues was allocated for restructuring large companies in the district, he added that 95 local companies are currently undergoing privatisation procedure.
He said that in year 2003 the government set aside 30 million dinars for Moravica district from the Development Fund, while 400 millions are allocated for social welfare programmes and 200 millions for subsidies.
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