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  • European Commission approves SID-managed EUR 222m loan aid scheme

    Brussels/Ljubljana, 09 July (STA) - The European Commission has approved the EUR 222 million-worth Slovenian scheme for support for companies affected by the coronacrisis. The measure, to be executed by the state-owned SID export and development bank, is about improving access to external financing to help companies bridge the crisis.

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  • Krka decides on high dividend, Lahovnik joins supervisors

    Novo Mesto, 09 July (STA) - The shareholders of Krka will get a dividend of EUR 4.25 gross per share this year, which is EUR 1.05 more than in 2019, the annual general meeting decided on Thursday. Economist Matej Lahovnik, the chief adviser to the government on the anti-coronavirus stimulus legislation, meanwhile became one of the four new supervisors.

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  • Ljubljana airport operator's boss Skobir makes another call for state aid (interview)

    Brnik, 08 July (STA) - Passenger numbers at Ljubljana airport have been severely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic even if many routes have already been relaunched. This is why Fraport Slovenija director Zmago Skobir believes the government should help airlines with state aid to preserve routes and aviation as a whole, which he sees as extremely important for Slovenia.

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  • C-bank expects labour market deterioration, especially once support is removed

    Ljubljana, 08 July (STA) - Banka Slovenije has pointed out that the government's coronacrisis stimulus measures are having a marked effect on the labour market and that employment and wage statistics could deteriorate significantly once they are lifted. The central bank added that a deterioration on the labour market was also heralded by surveys conducted among companies.

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  • Insurance sector well capitalised after a successful 2019

    Ljubljana, 07 July (STA) - The Slovenian insurance sector performed successfully last year, while it is facing a demanding year in 2020, primarily due to the coronavirus pandemic. The sector's capital adequacy nevertheless remains high, the Insurance Supervision Agency told the press on Tuesday as it presented its 2019 report.

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  • Profit for banks halved in first five months of year

    Ljubljana, 07 July (STA) - Banks in Slovenia generated EUR 152 million in pre-tax profit in the first five months of the year, a 50% drop year-on-year. Growth in loans to households was halved and loans to companies are gradually declining too. Exposure to non-performing loans due to anti-coronavirus crisis measures is not increasing yet, Banka Slovenije said on Tuesday.

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