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  • Return on state equity at 6.9% in 2019

    Ljubljana, 23 October (STA) - The return on capital owned by the state and controlled by Slovenian Sovereign Holding (SSH) stood at 6.9% in 2019, 0.7 percentage points above the target. The goal was exceeded despite significant changes in the SSH portfolio.

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  • Business sentiment down in October

    Ljubljana, 23 October (STA) - Business sentiment in Slovenia deteriorated in October after improving for five consecutive months. The sentiment indicator stood at -6.6 percentage points, down 2.4 points on September and 10.7 points year-on-year. The latest figure is 6.7 points below the long-term average, said the Statistics Office on Friday.

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  • Ljubljana airport winter schedule features nine airlines

    Brnik, 22 October (STA) - Current announcements suggest that the winter season at the Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport will feature nine carriers, which will operate routes in Europe. More flights are expected if the epidemiological situation improves, the airport's operator Fraport Slovenija said on Thursday.

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  • C-bank says economic outlook worsening, labour market still stable

    Ljubljana, 21 October (STA) - The Slovenian central bank has noted that economic outlook has been steeply deteriorating in recent weeks, with services being the most vulnerable sector. The increasing uncertainty is expected to delay companies' decisions to invest, while the situation on the labour market is still favourable due to the government measures.

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  • Next Round investment conference for startups under way

    Ljubljana, 20 October (STA) - A two-day investment conference named Next Round got under way on Tuesday that will see 80 investors from Central and Eastern Europe meet the best startups from Slovenia and 25 more countries. The online event, co-organised by the Slovenian Enterprise Fund, will also be addressed by Economy Minister Zdravko Počivalšek.

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  • Ljubljana airport sees 80% drop in passengers

    Ljubljana, 19 October (STA) - Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport, the main international airport in the country, has seen an almost 82% drop in the number of passengers in the first nine months compared to the same period last year. No more than 300,000 passengers are expected altogether by year's end, which is 80% less than planned.

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