Slovenia

Slovenian PM Sarec resigns, calls for snap elections

Valentina Dimitrievska in Skopje January 27, 2020

Former comedian Marjan Sarec said he had been unable to carry out substantial reforms at the head of a five-party minority government.

Eastern EU members “failing to address corruption effectively”, finds Transparency International

bne IntelliNews January 23, 2020

Many of the newer EU member states saw their scores deteriorate on the latest Corruption Perceptions Index amid growing state capture and efforts by governments to undermine judicial independence.

Immigration helps ease CEE labour crisis

Clare Nuttall in Glasgow January 23, 2020

The labour shortages that have threatened to limit economic expansion in Central and some parts of Southeast Europe have started to ease in some countries, with increased labour migration a contributing factor.

Slovenia ranks first in emerging Europe in social mobility

bne IntelliNews January 21, 2020

Most economies are failing to provide the conditions in which their citizens can thrive, said the World Economic Forum on releasing its new social mobility index.

OUTLOOK 2020 Slovenia

bne IntelliNews January 7, 2020

A cooling of economic expansion is expected in 2020, as Slovenia can no longer rely on exports to fuel growth amid a slowdown in its main trading partners.

MITTELEUROPA: Following the French hit on Western Balkans, all eyes on Croatia and Germany in 2020

Gunter Deuber of Raiffeisen Research in Vienna January 6, 2020

Just as brusquely as the French president recently discredited Nato (where France's real influence may not be so great), he has done the same with the Western Balkans and the EU enlargement process. And in the EU, France's position is decisive.

Burger King starts accepting Bitcoin Cash payments in Slovenia

bne IntelliNews January 4, 2020

Cryptocurrencies have gained popularity in Slovenia over the last few years with more than 300 shops and merchants now accepting payments in Bitcoin Cash.

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