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Winemakers of Slovenia Manufacture Amazing Whites and Tempting Reds

Slovenia is home to a stunning variety of natural wines, including rare age-worthy whites cherished by gourmets. Winemaking appeared in Slovenia before the Roman times. The Celtic and Illyrian tribes started growing grapes in the 4–5th century BC. Currently, Slovenia has three main regions famous for their wine-producing traditions: the Drava (Podravje), Lower Sava (Posavje),

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Projects of the Slovenia’s State Budget for 2018–2019: Figures, Priorities

Yesterday, the Government adopted basic documents to prepare the Slovenia’s draft state budget for 2018 and 2019. The projects envisage an increase in the expenditures of all departments, except for the Ministry of Finance (232 million less) and the Ministry of Labour (21 million less). According to the Prime Minister of Slovenia Miro Cerar, priority

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Salonit Anhovo Receives EBRD Reward for its Achievements in Sustainable Energy

Salonit Anhovo, a Slovenian manufacturer of cement, received the bronze Sustainable Energy Award from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) for its achievements in this industry sector. The Company had made a significant progress in transforming solid non-hazardous waste into a sustainable source of energy. Salonit is currently conducting a series of tests

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Summer in Ljubljana Full of Cultural Events

LJUBLJANA — Summer in Ljubljana offers a bright, culturally coloured programme, where everyone can find interesting activities according to personal artistic tastes. The 65th Ljubljana Festival has already become the highlight of this summer. It is considered to be one of the greatest summer festivals around Europe, full of excellent performances and exceptional talents. The

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HSE Group Completes 2016 with 21.7 Million Euros Net Profit

In 2016, The Holding Slovenske Elektrarne (HSE) Group with 1.2 billion euros in revenues, which is 2.6% less than a year earlier, improved the debt structure. The debt to banks at the end of 2016 was 12% lower than at the end of 2015. The net debt amounted to 816 million euros. Termoelektrarna Šoštanj, being

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