Sustainable Development Gals
In 2019, revenue from environmental taxes amounted to RSD 223 716.2 mill, presenting the increase of 5.6% relative to 2018. The greatest share in revenue structure related to energy taxes and taxes on transport, 85.9%, i.e. 7.1%, while taxes on pollution and resources participated with 5.6% and 1.5%, respectively.
SО2 emission in 2019 amounted to 395.4thousand tons (Gg), presenting the increase of 14.0% relative to the previous year. Total emissions of SО2 in the section of Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply has the share of 91.5% with slight increase relative to the 2018. The share of SО2 emission in the section of Manufacturing was 4.3%, in other sections of economic activities, it was 1.7% and in Households 2.5%.
Average prices of new construction dwellings in the Republic of Serbia in the first half of 2021 amounted to RSD 179 852. Dwellings’ prices in the observed period ranged from RSD 53 382 per m2 in Bujanovac up to RSD 373 406 in Belgrade municipality Savski venac.
In July 2021, 2 278 building permits were issued, presenting the increase of 13.6% related to July 2020. Out of the total number of permits issued in July 2021, 84.0% related to buildings and 16.0% to civil engineering. When referring only to buildings, 76.2% related to residential buildings and 23.8% to non–residential ones, while regarding civil engineering, the largest number related to pipelines, communication and electric power lines (72.0%).
Prices of goods and services used for personal consumption in August 2021 in relation to July 2021 increased by 0.9% on average (index 100.9).
Producer prices of agricultural and fishing products in July 2021, compared to the same month of 2020, were increased by 30.7% average.
We hereby present the second, brief, informative and thematic publication from the series "Leave No One Behind". The publication has been created with the aim to help describing the status of the young population aged from 15 to 30 in achieving Sustainable Development Goals / SDGs in Serbia.
The subject publication and the translation of Agenda 2030 came as a result of the cooperation between the German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ) and the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia.
According to the preliminary data, operating income in non-financial business economy in the Republic of Serbia in the second quarter of 2021 increased by 30.3 % relative to the same period of the previous year, while compared to the first quarter of 2021, the increase of 14.8% was noted. In the Information and Communication Sector, operating income were increased by 15.6% relative to the same period of the previous year, while compared to the first quarter of 2021, the increase of 14.6 % was noted.