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The Best and Fastest Growing Slovenian Companies in 2019

For the 19th time in a row, the Dnevnik Company has awarded the best and fastest growing companies of Slovenia 2019 in the Cankar Centre, Ljubljana. When determining the winners, the goals and values of companies, as well as their operational performance over the past 5 years, were taken into account. Photo: pixabay/geralt The prestigious

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Slovene Beno Bajda Successfully Introduces an Innovative Ultrasound Method for Olive Oil Extraction

For 150 years, there was no technological progress in the extraction of olive oil until the idea of using ultrasound came to the mind of the Slovene Beno Bajda. He thought about using ultrasound when reading medical literature on the administration of drugs into the human body. “What can be administrated inside, can be extracted

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Slovenian and Swedish Researchers Develop New Aluminium Battery Concept

Slovenian and Swedish researchers have developed a new concept for aluminium batteries, doubling their specific energy and at the same time reducing environmental damage by using less harmful materials than those currently in use. Two research teams were led by Patrik Johansson and Robert Dominko from the Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana. Photo: pixabay/PublicDomainPictures Aluminium batteries

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Following the Results of the Nine Months of 2019, Slovenia’s Budget Surplus Amounts to Almost 140 Million Euros

For the nine months of 2019, Slovenian budget has received 7.41 billion euros of revenue, including 6.33 billion euros of tax revenues. The total expenditure amounted to 7.27 billion euros. For the first nine months of this year, the country’s budget has showed a surplus of 139 million euros. Photo: pixabay/rawpixel Budget revenues for the

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The Minister of Economy of Montenegro: The Aggregative Index of Commodity Exchange with Slovenia Triples for the 2015–2018 Period

At the end of 2018, the total index of commodity exchange between Montenegro and Slovenia reached 85.07 million euros, which is three times more than in 2015. According to the results of 2018, the inflow of direct foreign investments of Slovenian companies in Montenegro amounted to 13.08 million euros. This information was announced during the

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