Slovenian Firms Enjoy Trust of German Partners, Debate Hears

23 Apr 2015 / By STA

Head of the German-Slovenian Chamber of Commerce Gertrud Rantzen said that Germany had traditionally been the trade partner number one for Slovenia and that Slovenian companies enjoyed a high level of trust in...

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