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  • ICT sector continue to grow, albeit at slower pace

    Ljubljana, 21 September (STA) - Slovenia's information and communications technology (ICT) sector generated EUR 4.4 billion in revenue last year, 3.9% more than in 2017. Growth was slower than the year before, when revenue increased by 6.4% year on year, according to data released by the Statistics Office.

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  • Third generation taking over at Pastika Skaza

    Ljubljana, 19 September (STA) - After more than four decades in business, Plastika Skaza, a fast-growing family company specialising in plastic products, is undergoing a generational change in leadership. As owners Tanja and Igor Skaza withdraw from the company, executive directors Robert Agnič and Bart Stegeman are taking over.

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  • New exec appointed at Slovenian Sovereign Holding

    Ljubljana, 18 September (STA) - The supervisory board of Slovenian Sovereign Holding (SSH) has appointed Boris Medica, a former pharma and insurance exec, to the management board position that will be vacated by Andrej Božič in December.

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  • GMT group's revenue to top EUR 100m this year

    Murska Sobota, 16 September (STA) - GMT, the biggest car parts dealer in Slovenia, has been reaffirming its leading role in lubricants and spare car parts in the region, recording an average annual growth of 10%. The group, which has taken over the companies I.S.T. Avtodeli and Austria's AR Regnemer, expects its revenue to top EUR 100 million this year.

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  • Cargo-Partner opens new logistics centre at Brnik airport

    Brnik, 12 September (STA) - Austrian logistics company Cargo-Partner inaugurated a new, EUR 28 million logistics centre near the Jože Pučnik Airport Ljubljana on Thursday. Boasting 25,000 square metres of storage space, the facility is one of the largest logistics centres in the region.

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  • Slovenia remains 67th in economic freedom rankings

    Ljubljana, 12 September (STA) - Despite slightly improving economic freedom, Slovenia has remained 67th among 162 countries in the latest Economic Freedom of the World report, compiled by the Canadian libertarian Fraser Institute.

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  • Slovenia seeks to boost trade with Montenegro

    Ljubljana, 11 September (STA) - Slovenia and Montenegro explored ways to boost bilateral trade and investment at business forum held in Ljubljana on Wednesday as part of a visit by Montenegrin Economy Minister Dragica Sekulić. The biggest potential was identified in energy and tourism.

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  • Slovenia's employment prospects among strongest in the region (adds)

    Ljubljana, 10 September (STA) - The employment prospects in Slovenia in the final quarter of the year remain favourable, according to the latest employment forecast by temping agency Manpower. Seasonally-adjusted net employment forecast stands at 17%, which is one of the most optimistic forecasts in the region.

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  • Industrial output rises again

    Ljubljana, 10 September (STA) - Slovenia's industrial production rose again in July after it fell by over 1.5% in June. It increased by 5.1% year on year and by 2.7% over June, the Statistics Office said on Tuesday.

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  • Slovenia's employments prospects among strongest in the region

    Ljubljana, 10 September (STA) - The employment prospects in Slovenia in the final quarter of the year remain favourable, according to the latest employment forecast by temping agency Manpower. Seasonally-adjusted net employment forecast stands at 17%, which is one of the most optimistic forests in the region.

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