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About 200 Residential Buildings to Be Built in Nova Gorica

In the next three years, 170 new residential buildings, private houses and low-rise apartment buildings will be built in Nova Gorica. Construction will be carried out on a land plot of 31,770 square metres located in the Rožna Dolina district. The course and timing of construction, the class of the future housing and the possibility

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Statistics Service: Housing Prices in Slovenia, with the Exception of Ljubljana, Continue to Grow

On Thursday, 20 June 2019, the Statistic Service of Slovenia published updated data on the real estate market situation for 2018 and the first quarter of 2019. Photo: Shutterstock/Aritra Ded According to published information, in the first quarter of 2019, as compared to the fourth quarter of 2018, residential property prices increased by 0.8% and,

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Slovenia and Croatia Implement Cross-Border Cooperation Projects

As part of the Interreg Slovenija-Hrvaška 2014–2020 programme, 38 projects are being implemented with the participation of 230 partners from both countries. The total budget for the programme is over 46 million euros. The funds are provided by the European Regional Development Foundation. The projects cover the following areas: protection and preservation of the environment

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In 2023, Slovenia Can Become a Full Member of the European Space Agency

The Minister of Economic Development and Technology Zdravko Počivalšek met with the Director General of the European Space Agency (ESA) Johann-Dietrich Wörner to discuss the possibility of granting Slovenia the status of a full member of ESA from 2023. Slovenia has been an associate member of this organization since December 2016. The membership is valid

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Slovenia Retains the 37th Place in the IMD World Competitiveness Ranking

According to the latest data of the IMD World Competitiveness Ranking, Slovenia ranks 37th as in 2018. As compared to 2014, Slovenia has improved its position by 18 points. Photo: Shutterstock/mrmohock The ranking is published annually by the Swiss International Management Development Institute. Slovenia has the highest rates in public administration and entrepreneurship. According to

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