Key Revoz Project at Risk as EU Launches Probe

The European Commission's decision to launch an inquiry into the compliance of state aid to car maker Revoz threatens...
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Payments in Slovenia Improving

A study by Dun&Bradstreet examining business-to-business payments shows that the situation in Slovenia has been...
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Bad Bank Expected to Assume First Toxic Assets

The bad bank is expected to assume the first batch of toxic assets from state-owned banks on Friday. Officials of the...
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Slovenia Withdrawing Its FDI, UN Report Says

The UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) presented on Wednesday the 2013 World Investment Report, which...
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Pozavarovalnica Sava Successful in Raising EUR 55M

Reinsurer Pozavarovalnica Sava completed successfully a EUR 55m recapitalisation, the company said in a press release...
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BSH Nazarje Europe's Biggest Small Home Appliance Plan

The Slovenian subsidiary of Bosch and Siemens Home Appliance Group, BSH Hišni aparati, has developed into the biggest...
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Svea Gets State Loan Guarantee

The government approved on Thursday a EUR 1.4m short-term loan plus a EUR 3.6m guarantee for a liquidity loan for...
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Corporate Governance in Slovenia: 25% of Small Shareholders in Control of State Insurer Triglav

Small shareholders pushed through a motion to replace the supervisory board of Slovenia's biggest insurer,...
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