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China’s demand for luxury cars proves to be a boon for Slovakia and Czech Republic

Slovakia and the Czech Republic make the most cars in the world per capita. Despite the corona virus pandemic, their factories continue to churn out luxury vehicles including Porsche Cayenne SUVs for Asia and U.S., as well as an array of lower-cost models from the likes of Peugot and Skoda for customers closer to home

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SPIRIT Slovenia organizes fourth research meeting for companies with foreign and mixed capital

On November 2020, Public Agency SPIRIT Slovenija is organizing the fourth research meeting for companies with foreign and mixed capital. The event will take place online from a special studio in Brdo near Kranj and panelists will discuss about the future, new technologies and artificial intelligence. Photo: Unsplash/The Climate Reality Project The panel will consist

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In second wave, which services are seeing less business?

The second wave and the restrictions that follow it have affected providers of all services, just as they were during the first spring wave. According to omisli.si, a marketplace that brings together online those who seek and provide services, these service providers are expected to be affected even more that in spring. Photo: Unsplash/Tim Mossholder

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Property prices are rising during the epidemic in Slovenia

According to newspaper Delo prices for residential properties keep increasing in Slovenia and Europe, against the expectation and despite the crisis. Delo called if the “immunity of the safe property market” in it’s Thursday front-page commentary. Photo: Pixabay/Schluesseldienst Furthermore, despire the 7.9% contraction in the country’s GDP in the first half of the year and

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These are the professions most in demand in Slovenia

A survey by the Employment Service suggests demand will exceed labour market supply in many professions. The Occupations barometer survey, which includes assessments for 177 professions, suggests demand will be in healthcare, construction, transport, hospitality, and information technology. Photo: Unsplash/Scott Blake There is however also a number of groups where supply could be excessive, including

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