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For over two decades, the Bank of Slovenia has been the country’s central reserve bank and administered the issue and circulation...
For over two decades, the Bank of Slovenia has been the country’s central reserve bank and administered the issue and circulation of the country’s currency, the Tolar from 1992 through 2006. The bank is an autonomous entity governed by Slovenian law. Headquartered in the capital, Ljubljana, the bank moved...
Slovenian money changed from the tolar to the Euro in January 2007, thus joining the other member-states of the European Union...
Slovenian money changed from the tolar to the Euro in January 2007, thus joining the other member-states of the European Union in adopting a single currency. Travelers to this tiny country may be happy about more than the exchange rate, however, as even though the currency may be same as other EU countries,...
First instituted in 1991, the official currency of Republic of Slovenia was the Tolar. Based on a currency used in Europe during...
First instituted in 1991, the official currency of Republic of Slovenia was the Tolar. Based on a currency used in Europe during the middle ages, the Tolar fluctuated against e Euro until the beginning of 2007 when Slovenia became a part of the Eurozone. The seeds for a stable Slovenian currency were laid...
In Slovenia, currency has experienced some dramatic transformations in recent years. Thus was once a member of the collection...
In Slovenia, currency has experienced some dramatic transformations in recent years. Thus was once a member of the collection of small nations that were formed into Yugoslavia after the First World War. This country gained independence in the early 1990’s. Once free, they changed from one currency to another....
The Slovenian Tolar Before Slovenia joined the European Union (EU) and membership required the nation to convert to the euro,...
The Slovenian Tolar Before Slovenia joined the European Union (EU) and membership required the nation to convert to the euro, currency in Slovenia was represented by the tolar. The tolar replaced the Yugoslavian currency that had been used before Slovenia gained its independence. Banknotes were offered in...
The best banks in Slovenia are completely dependent on what the needs of the customer are. The accessibility to bank branches,...
The best banks in Slovenia are completely dependent on what the needs of the customer are. The accessibility to bank branches, types of transactions, and whether it is for an individual or corporation are all major concerns. The stability of the bank is a general concern, but the larger banks have all been...
Finding the best interest rate for fixed deposit is something that many people are not sure of. There are obviously tons of...
Finding the best interest rate for fixed deposit is something that many people are not sure of. There are obviously tons of banks that offer fixed deposits, and their interest rates are all slightly different. Therefore, deciding on the best one is not always easy. Here is what you need to do to find the...