Number of live births in the Republic of Serbia in the period January-February 2023 amounted to 10 083. Compared with the same period of the previous year, when number of live births was 9 596, noted was the increase in live births by 487, i.e. 5.1%.
Number of deaths in the Republic of Serbia in the period January-February 2023 amounted to 18 037, and if related to the same period 2022, when it was 24 486, it recorded decrease by 6 449, or 26.3%.
Average gross salaries and wages calculated for January 2023 amounted to 114 228 RSD, while average net salaries and wages amounted to 82 769 RSD.
In January 2023 average net salaries and wages increased by 16.7% in nominal terms and by 0.8% in real terms compared with the same month last year.
Median net salaries and wages for January 2023 amounted to 62 964 RSD, meaning that 50% of employees realised wages and salaries up to the mentioned amount.
At the beginning of the 2022/23 school year there has been 3 206 regular primary schools in the Republic of Serbia, of which 1 135 central (main) schools and 2 071 regional school departments. A total of 505 247 students attended the classes, 456 206 in central schools and 49 041 in regional school departments.
Producer prices of agricultural and fishing products in January 2023, compared to the same month of 2022 were increased by 32.3% average.
According to the ODIN ranking for 2022, Serbia is on the 30th place out of total of 192 countries in the world, which represents an improvement of 17 places compared to the previous ranking, carried out in 2020. Serbia increased its total score from 63 to 69 points.
In the Southern Europe region, Serbia is on the 4th place, behind Slovenia, Spain, and Portugal, and ahead of Italy, North Macedonia, Croatia, and Albania. On the European level, Serbia is on the 19th place - the first-ranked European countries are Poland, Denmark and Finland, while behind Serbia are Bulgaria, France, Great Britain, Hungary, etc.
The number of all road motor vehicles and trailers registered in 2022 in the Republic of Serbia recorded increase relative to the number of registered vehicles in 2021.
Among domestic trademarks, the largest number of registered passenger cars was produced by Zastava trademark. Regarding foreign trademarks, the following manufacturers were the most notable: Volkswagen, Opel, Fiat, Renault, Peugeot, Ford, Citroen and Audi.
The Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia, with the support of the European Union, within the framework of the IPA 2018 project, is preparing the Census of Agriculture 2023, which will be conducted in the period from October 1 to December 15, 2023.
On this occasion, the conference: "Toward the Census of Agriculture" will be held on Friday, March 17, 2023, at 1 p.m. at Hotel Metropol, Belgrade.
Average prices of new construction dwellings in the Republic of Serbia in the second half of 2022 amounted to RSD 217 968, presenting the increase of 22.9% compared to the second half of 2021. Dwellings’ prices in the observed period ranged from RSD 50 615per m2 in Bujanovac up to RSD 500 694 in Belgrade municipality Savski venac.