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Blue card EU in Slovenia

Blue Card EU Council Directive 2009/50/EC on the conditions of entry and residence of third-country nationals for the purposes of highly qualified employment came into force in 2009. It offers special working and living conditions for non-EU citizens with a unique combination of education and professional experience. In 2021, the European Union amended the conditions

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Slovenia raised 164.2 mln in the 5G frequencies tender

Slovenia raised a total of 164.2 million euro ($196.7 million) in an auction for allocating radio frequencies, including bands in the 5G spectrum. @ Maxwell Ingham from Unsplash The governmental agency AKOS auctioned off frequencies in the 700 MHz, 1500 MHz, 2100 MHz, 2300 MHz, 3600 MHz and 26 GHz bands for a period of

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Luka Koper – historic container traffic record set in March

Slovenian port operator Luka Koper set a monthly record for container traffic in March. During this time Koper port’s container terminal handled 97,101 TEUs, surpassing by far the previous monthly record set exactly three years ago, in March 2018, when slightly more than 92,300 TEUs were serviced. @ CHUTTERSNAP from Unsplash This was said by

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Turkish AK Automotice Expanding Production in Koper, Slovenia

AK Automotive, a Turkish-owned company, will expand its production to Koper, Slovenia where it has purchased a production facility planning to invest more than EUR 20 million within a year. @ Pierre Châtel-Innocenti from Unsplash The company manufactures car parts for Audi, Daimler, Volkswagen and Aston Martin. Apart from the existing facility, the company intends

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Slovenian firm building a EUR 40 m wind farm in Norther Macedonia

The Slovenian energy group Interenergo and the investment firm Trigal will be building a 30MW wind farm in North Macedonia. The EUR 40 million investment will be built in Bogdanci in the south-east of the country. @ Brady Bellini from Unsplash The new wind farm will produce energy sufficient to supply 18,000 households and is

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