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Imports and Exports Increased in June 2016

The coverage of imports by exports amounted to 108.6%. In June, Slovenia exported goods worth 2.21 billion euros, which is 2.7% more than in June last year. On the other hand, it has imported products worth 2.03 billion euros, which is 2.2% more than last year. According to the Statistics Office, the final coverage of

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China Received the First Large Consignment of Slovenian Wines

China has recently received the first batch of selected fine wines of various Slovenian producers for total value of 200,000 euros. Two ship containers under the auspices of Kleti Brda were filled with wines of such brands as Klet Brda, Ščurek, Edi Simčič, Dušan Kristančič, Pullus, Marof and Radgonske Gorice. Workers have already started preparing

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On Legal Education in Slovenia—Interview with a Doctor of Law Matjaž Nahtigal

Quotation: “I want to teach my students that the most important thing is to go your own way within the law.” Dr Matjaž Nahtigal is a law professor at the Faculty of Management of the University of Primorska (Koper, Slovenia). In 2001, he defended his doctoral dissertation at the Harvard Law School in the United

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Quick Overview of the Real Estate Prices in Slovenia and other EU Countries

In which EU countries the house prices are even higher than in Ljubljana? In Slovenia, you can buy a large apartment with total area of 118 m2 in a house built less than three years ago for 200,000 euros, while in Ljubljana you can purchase only 80 m2 for the same price. Slovenia therefore occupies

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Russian Businessman Anton Popov Opened the Museum of Physics in Slovenia

Anton Popov opened the Phys Land Museum in Slovenia. He also assisted in opening a similar museum in St. Petersburg. Why did Popov decide to open a museum exactly in Slovenia? Because this state has a good reputation, and living at the Bled Lake is commercially more favourable than somewhere at a Swiss lake. Anton

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