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  • The secret power of family businesses

    Over 80 percent of Slovenian companies are family owned. Most of them are small, however, a few have developed into European or even global leaders within their niche.

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  • Young Slovenian chefs in NASA's competition finals

    Slovenian students from Ljubljana’s Biotechnical Education Center are among the 10 finalists of the NASA Hunch Culinary Challenge.

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  • New investments and acquisitions

    Pharma companies Novartis and Sandoz remain the number one foreign investors in Slovenia.

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  • Opportunities to contribute to the reconstruction of Ukraine

    Ukrainian, international and Slovenian experts discussed the opportunities for Slovenian companies to participate in reconstruction projects in Ukraine and to form new partnerships between Ukrainian and Slovenian companies. The aim of the event, which was attended by more than 100 people, was to create a platform for cooperation between Ukrainian stakeholders and Slovenian companies in the reconstruction of Ukraine.

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  • Slovenian-Polish Business Forum on AI and Cyber Security

    Slovenia and Poland cooperate in a number of areas, but there is still room for deepening economic cooperation in the future, the Slovenian-Polish Business Forum on Cyber Security and Artificial Intelligence

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  • Slovenia is putting itself firmly on the hydrogen technology map

    One of the largest partner groups in Slovenia, established for cooperation with Japan and of interest to the whole world. Many countries and organisations are interested in the Slovenian-Japanese project.

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Business news in Slovenia

  • Petrol to pay out dividends of EUR 1.8 gross per share

    Ljubljana, 19 April (STA) - The management and supervisory board of Petrol have proposed for the energy company to pay out a dividend of EUR 1.8 gross per share for 2023, which is 30 cents higher than the dividend for 2022. The board also approved the annual report for 2023.

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  • Cinkarna had much higher profit in 2023 than initially reported

    Celje, 18 April (STA) - The chemical company Cinkarna Celje posted EUR 12.65 million in net profit last year, shows its audited 2023 annual report. This is well above the initial estimate of EUR 5.5 million, but still 71% less than in 2022.

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  • Telekom Slovenije not to share 2023 profit for now

    Ljubljana, 17 April (STA) - The management of the telecoms incumbent Telekom Slovenije has proposed that the 2023 net profit be allocated for reserves instead of being paid out to the shareholders as dividends, as the company would otherwise have to return EUR 3.57 million in state aid used to mitigate the effect of high electricity prices.

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  • IMF lowers GDP growth expectations for Slovenia to 2%

    Washington, 16 April (STA) - The International Monetary Fund's (IMF) latest forecast for Slovenia projects 2% GDP growth for this year, a 0.2 percentage point downward correction compared to the autumn forecast. The IMF expects growth to pick up to 2.5% in 2025. Average inflation for this year is now projected at 2.7%, down from 4.2% in the autumn, and at 2% for 2025.

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