Predrag Bubalo (Serbian: Предраг Бубало) (born 14 October 1954 Vladičin Han, Serbia, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian politician who held various ministerial positions in the Government of Serbia under Prime Minister Vojislav Koštunica. Firstly, he became the Minister of Industry and Privatization in October 2004, replacing Dragan Maršićanin. Prior to that, Bubalo was the Minister of International Economic Relations. He was also the Minister of Trade and Services in the Government of Serbia between 2007 and 2008. He was succeeded by Slobodan Milosavljević.

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  • Predrag Bubalo (en serbe cyrillique : Предраг Бубало ; né le 14 octobre 1954 à Vladičin Han) est un homme politique serbe. Membre du Parti démocrate de Serbie (DSS), il a été ministre de l'Économie et de l'Industrie dans le premier gouvernement présidé par Vojislav Koštunica. Du 15 mai 2007 au 7 juillet 2008, il a été ministre du Commerce et des Services du second gouvernement Koštunica. (fr)
  • Predrag Bubalo (Предраг Бубало) tornou-se o Ministro da Indústria e Privatização do Governo da Sérvia em outubro de 2004, substituindo Dragan Maršićanin. Antes disso, Bubalo era o Ministro das Relações Econômicas Internacionais. Ele foi um ministro popular e recebeu apoio dos outros partidos para se tornar ministro da indústria e privatização. Ele nasceu em 1954 em Vladičin Han. Recebeu o doutorado da Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de Novi Sad. Desde 2002, Bubalo é o administrador geral da fundição Kikinda, sediada em Kikinda. Ele é casado e pai de duas crianças. (pt)
  • Predrag Bubalo (Serbian: Предраг Бубало) (born 14 October 1954 Vladičin Han, Serbia, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian politician who held various ministerial positions in the Government of Serbia under Prime Minister Vojislav Koštunica. Firstly, he became the Minister of Industry and Privatization in October 2004, replacing Dragan Maršićanin. Prior to that, Bubalo was the Minister of International Economic Relations. He was also the Minister of Trade and Services in the Government of Serbia between 2007 and 2008. He was succeeded by Slobodan Milosavljević. He received a PhD from the University of Novi Sad's Faculty of Law. Since 2002, Bubalo had been the general manager of Kikinda-based foundry Kikinda. On 3 September 2010, The Anti-Corruption Council of Serbia has made public a list of persons facing criminal charges related to the privatization of the Port of Belgrade company. The criminal complaint was filed three months earlier against 17 persons for abusing their official position during the 2005 privatization. Among them are former minister Predrag Bubalo, officials of the Privatization Agency of Serbia, and businessman Milan Beko. (en)
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  • Predrag Bubalo (en serbe cyrillique : Предраг Бубало ; né le 14 octobre 1954 à Vladičin Han) est un homme politique serbe. Membre du Parti démocrate de Serbie (DSS), il a été ministre de l'Économie et de l'Industrie dans le premier gouvernement présidé par Vojislav Koštunica. Du 15 mai 2007 au 7 juillet 2008, il a été ministre du Commerce et des Services du second gouvernement Koštunica. (fr)
  • Predrag Bubalo (Предраг Бубало) tornou-se o Ministro da Indústria e Privatização do Governo da Sérvia em outubro de 2004, substituindo Dragan Maršićanin. Antes disso, Bubalo era o Ministro das Relações Econômicas Internacionais. Ele foi um ministro popular e recebeu apoio dos outros partidos para se tornar ministro da indústria e privatização. Ele nasceu em 1954 em Vladičin Han. Recebeu o doutorado da Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de Novi Sad. Desde 2002, Bubalo é o administrador geral da fundição Kikinda, sediada em Kikinda. Ele é casado e pai de duas crianças. (pt)
  • Predrag Bubalo (Serbian: Предраг Бубало) (born 14 October 1954 Vladičin Han, Serbia, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian politician who held various ministerial positions in the Government of Serbia under Prime Minister Vojislav Koštunica. Firstly, he became the Minister of Industry and Privatization in October 2004, replacing Dragan Maršićanin. Prior to that, Bubalo was the Minister of International Economic Relations. He was also the Minister of Trade and Services in the Government of Serbia between 2007 and 2008. He was succeeded by Slobodan Milosavljević. (en)
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