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Slovenia to Receive about 45 Million Euros for Environmental Projects from the European Commission

In February 2019, the European Commission confirmed the decision to allocate 44.3 million euros for Slovenia under the LIFE environmental and climate protection programme, including 27.3 million euros for projects aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Photo: © Freepik/@freepik.diller The European Commission announced the provision of a total of 116.1 million euros for 12 major

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Slovenian Producers Take Part in the National Trade Fair for Meat Products in Croatia

On 12 and 13 April 2019, the 14th National Trade Fair for Prosciutto and Sustainable Dry Cured Meat Products with International Participation took place in the Sinj Castle (Croatia). This event promotes the traditional method of dry cured meat production in combination with new standards. Photo: © Freepik/@freepik.diller Manufacturers, organizations, and experts traditionally participate in

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The Cost of Housing in Slovenia Increases by 18.2% in 2018

According to the data announced on 25 March 2019 by the Statistics Service, the cost of housing in Slovenia increased by 18.2% in 2018. The number of sold apartments in the primary market remained extremely low for the second year in a row. The cost of apartments in the secondary market of Slovenia increased by

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Ministers of Slovenia and North Macedonia Stand for the Further Strengthening of Economic Cooperation Between the Two Countries

On Monday, 25 March 2019, the Minister of Economic Development and Technology of Slovenia, Zdravko Počivalšek, held an official meeting with the Minister of Economy of North Macedonia, Kreshnik Bekteshi. North Macedonia is an important economic partner for Slovenia in terms of the Slovenian economy internationalization. Last year, an increase in trade between the countries

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Civil Engineers Are Among the Most Sought After Professions in Slovenia

Professions related to the construction industry are among the most sought after ones in Slovenia. In the fourth quarter of 2018, the number of people employed in the construction sector increased by more than 8% as compared to 2017. In addition, Slovenian employers have further opened over four thousand similar vacancies. Photo: © Freepik/@freepik At

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