|Area:||20,273 sq km|
|Time zone:||GMT/UTC +1|
|International membership:||EU, NATO, OECD|
|International domain suffix:||.si|
|Country calling code:||+386|
|Language:||Slovenian, Italian and Hungarian (in ethnically mixed regions)|
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Ljubljana, 17 February (STA) - Slovenian businessman Izet Rastoder has reportedly sold a majority stake in the unfinished commercial part of the Stožice sports complex in northern Ljubljana to Eagle Hills, a private real estate investment and development company from the United Arab Emirates.
Hrastnik, 13 February (STA) - Glass maker Steklarna Hrastnik recorded EUR 67.5 million in revenue last year according to unaudited data, a 5% increase over the year before. Net profit rose from EUR 7.7 million in 2018 to EUR 9.8 million.
Ljubljana, 13 February (STA) - Talking about the European Investment Bank's (EIB) plan to unlock a trillion euros in green financing in the coming years as part of the EU's green deal, EIB vice-president Lilyana Pavlova told the STA that "we are looking at an exciting decade full of unprecedented opportunities for Slovenia, the EU and the whole world".
SPIRIT Slovenia, together with Ljubljana municipality, will be taking part again at the world’s biggest real estate trade show – MIPIM.
SPIRIT Slovenia public agency has again this year awarded the best foreign investors, who have produced exceptional results in the past year and contributed to the development of the Slovenian economy.
According to an annual survey among German investors in central and Eastern Europe, Slovenia is the most attractive location for research and development investments in the region. Overall, German investors place Slovenia as the fifth most attractive country in Central and Eastern Europe.