Ongoing political redistribution and the lack of a business approach and knowledge is slowly killing the remains of Slovenia´s development potential

4, 23 Dec 2014 / By Tilen Majnardi, M. Sc.

As I pointed out in my last editorial, it was only fair to give new PM Miro Cerar the benefit of the doubt, he was new to "top level" politics and without operational experience inside politics although he had been,...

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