The largest economic entity in Serbia in 2017 was Delta Holding based in Belgrade, which, apart from the parent company, also includes 55 subsidiary legal entities, out of which 17 operated abroad, the Business Registers Agency (APR) announced.
Ranked second is Novi Sad-based meat producer Matijevic, which had 41 subsidiaries, one of which operated abroad.
Within the Belgrade-based MK Group, 32 subsidiaries and affiliated legal entities operated, of which three operated abroad.
A large number of consolidated legal entities in 2017 was also recorded by the economic entitles I&F McCANN Group based in Belgrade (30), Koefik based in Belgrade (27 subsidiary legal entities), MPZ – Agrar based in Belgrade (27) and MK Holding based in Belgrade (26).
As announced by the APR, in the economy of Serbia in 2017, 649 economic entities operated, and the consolidated financial statements were processed for 641 entities, in which parent companies had control over 1,939 subsidiaries and affiliated legal entities.