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Even Successful Companies Are Failing Under The Freedom Movement’s Rule: The Strike Of Administrative Units Has Led To Millions Of Euros In Losses And Workers Being Made Redundant

Mass strikes across the country have also affected the economy and businesses. And while Slovenia’s top brass watches football matches, the problems in Slovenia are growing. A few days ago, the Slovenian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and now the company Lumar, which is the largest producer of prefabricated wooden buildings, have already turned to …

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The Biggest Drop In Industrial Production In The EU

According to Eurostat, Slovenia recorded the biggest fall in industrial production at the European Union level in December. In his article, Bojan Ivanc, the chief economist of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, wrote that this was “a dark December for Slovenian industry”. But this is not surprising, according to political analyst Sebastjan Jeretič, who …

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Economic Round Table: Slovenia Needs Legal And Tax Predictability

“Slovenia needs predictable and stable public finances,” and above all, “legal and fiscal predictability, which is crucial for the functioning of an orderly state.” This was the consensus of the participants at the expert consultation entitled Expectations of the New Tax Reform, who agreed that Slovenia needs to restructure its tax reform and that it …

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Economists: We Are Looking At Billions In Losses If The Government Does Not Get Its Act Together Soon

“Things are starting to look very grim,” said Marko Drobnič, President of the Management Board of the company Talum, at a roundtable of businessmen and experts. Slovenian economists are extremely worried about the sharp drop in orders in the Slovenian industry and claim that if measures to protect the economy are not taken soon, the …

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Slovenia Has A Minister Who Believes Yugoslavia Was One Of The Most Successful Economies In The World

In 2014, our current Minister of Labour, Luka Mesec, claimed that Yugoslavia was one of the most powerful countries during its time, and one of the most successful economies in the world. Which went bankrupt and miserably collapsed due to an inefficient economy, and at its end, Slovenia had only achieved 30 percent of the …

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Slovenia With The Highest Labour Costs Growth In The Euro Area

Inflation in Slovenia is not slowing down, and we are also among the countries with the highest labour costs growth. Golob’s income tax “reform,” which overturned Janša’s labour cost cuts, is already showing its first results. At 9.4 percent, Slovenia’s inflation was slightly above the euro area average and slightly below the European Union average …

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Slovenia’s economy expanded by 9.8% y/y in Q1

Slovenia’s economy expanded at an annual nominal rate of 9.8% in the first quarter of this year driven by household spending and capital expenditure. The seasonally adjusted rate was 9.6%. At the quarterly level GDP was up by 0.8%, a significant slowdown compared to the 5.3% recorded in the previous quarter, the Statistics Office reported. …

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Janša: Slovenia has one of the fastest growing economies in Europe and the highest employment rate in the history of independent Slovenia

Yesteray, Prime Minister Janez Janša addressed the Transition with Ambition conference over video link. The event was organised by the Ministry of Economic Development and Technology, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the SPIRIT Slovenia, Public Agency and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia. Yesterday’s event brought together the 4th Internationalisation of the Slovenian …

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Exports in September up 16.7% year-on-year, imports up 46.7%

The upward trend in Slovenia’s trade in goods continues, as the country exported goods worth EUR 3.5 billion in September, or 16.7% more than in the same month in 2020, while imports, totalling EUR 3.9 billion, were up by 46.7%. Slovenia’s September figures were also higher than those in the same month in the pre-Covid …

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New reasons for optimism: Economic forecasts for Slovenia remain good

Based on its monthly report for June, the Office for Macroeconomic Analysis and Development – UMAR finds that the outlook for economic growth remain favourable, and most short-term indicators show high interim growth, also at the expense of stronger economic activity in the international environment. At the time of the epidemic, however, exports were less affected …

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Hungary’s government has pursued a pragmatic and patriotic economic policy since 2010

Hungary is set to establish its own vaccine production site. State secretary of the Ministry for Innovation and Technology told V4NA about the details. The coronavirus pandemic has again proved how important it is for Hungary to stand on its own two feet and to produce what it needs to ensure the safety of the …

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