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The Best Employers of Slovenia in 2018 Are Announced

The SAP, RLS Merilna tehnika and Droga Kolinska companies are the best employers in Slovenia. On Thursday, 28 March 2019, the Dnevnik Media House held an awarding ceremony for the winners of the Twelfth Zlata Nit Media Project at the Ljubljana Puppet Theatre. The project partners were the Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Policy and

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Ministers of Agriculture of Slovenia and Ukraine Discuss Cooperation

On Monday, 11 March, Slovenian Minister of Agriculture Aleksandra Pivec and Acting Minister of Agriculture of Ukraine Olga Trofimtseva met in Ljubljana. During the meeting, the parties discussed cooperation between the countries, including the recent takeover of the poultry meat producer Perutnina Ptuj by the Ukrainian company MPKh, which is planned to be set as

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Experts: The Future Belongs to Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Alternative Energy Sources

Many pupils and students are interested in what professions will feature good prospects after their graduation. The Adecco HR Agency identifies the following industries of the future professions: science, technology, technical sciences, and mathematics; computer engineering, robotics and artificial intelligence; health care and medicine; digital media; environmental protection, alternative energy sources and sustainable production. The

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Ukraine-Slovenia Business Forum Is Held in Kyiv

On Tuesday, 12 February 2019, the Ukraine-Slovenia Business Forum took place in Kyiv. Its programme included a plenary session, which highlighted the immediate prospects and priority areas of bilateral economic cooperation, the conditions for doing business in Ukraine and Slovenia, the experience of integrating the Slovenian economy into a single EU market, the business climate

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The Robotics Three-Day Fair to Be Held in Ljubljana

On 12-14 February 2019, the B2B Robotics and UAV Fair will be held at the Economic Expo Centre in Ljubljana. Exhibitors from Slovenia and countries of Central and Eastern Europe will take part in the fair. The event is held with the aim of presenting the latest technologies of industrial robotics and robotics in the

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The Finance Management Collects € 16.6 Billion in Taxes and Fees in 2018

In 2018, the Finance Management collected 16.6 billion euros in taxes and fees, which is 6.9% more than in 2017. It is worth noting that in the first three quarters of 2018, the growth of the economy was stable – at the level of 4.5%. Social security contributions (pension fund, disability insurance, health insurance) increased

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Slovenia Sells a Record Number of New Cars in 2018

In 2018, residents of Slovenia acquired a record number of new cars and minibus, namely 85,544 vehicles, which is 3% more than a year earlier. Sales of electric cars also increased. According to the statistics published by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia on Friday, 4 January 2019, the number of registered cars

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A Record Number of Employees Received the End-of-Year Bonus in Slovenia in December 2018

In December 2018, the end-of-year bonus was received by a record number of employees of Slovenian enterprises – 168,180 people or 23.2% of the total employed population. For comparison, the smallest number of employees received the end-of-year bonus in 2013 – 89,468 people or 14.1%. In 2017, the end-of-year bonus was received by 148,843 people

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Survey by Advantage Austria Ljubljana: Austrian Companies Place High Hopes in the Slovenian Market

Managers of over 90% of the Austrian companies doing business in Slovenia believe that in the new year the country will remain favourable for investment. This is evidenced by the data of the annual sociological survey conducted by Advantage Austria Ljubljana last week. About 60% of the surveyed managers of the Austrian companies operating in

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The Trade Between Slovenia and Croatia Has Increased by Almost 1.5 Billion Euros Over the Past Six Years

Over the past 6 years, the trade between Slovenia and Croatia has increased by almost 1.5 billion euros – from 2,300,156 euros in 2012 to 3,764,071 euros in 2017. The main export categories in 2017 included mineral fuels and oils, their products, bituminous substances and mineral waxes (18% of total exports, 398.6 million euros); motor

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