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The Republic of Slovenia was formed in the northern part of what was formerly Yugoslavia and was established with relatively...
The Republic of Slovenia was formed in the northern part of what was formerly Yugoslavia and was established with relatively little violence. The present country is bordered by Austria, Croatia, Italy and the Adriatic Sea. Slovenia was the first Central European country to be admitted to the European Union...
Slovenia's slow economic growth and ailing banks threaten to become the next major crisis for the European Union. Recently...
Slovenia's slow economic growth and ailing banks threaten to become the next major crisis for the European Union. Recently Moody's and other credit agencies downgraded Slovenia to just above junk level, and many experts predict that the nation will soon need a bailout. Will Slovenia become the sixth EU member...
If you are part of the growing movement that is shifting investments into precious metals, then you should consider the opportunity...
If you are part of the growing movement that is shifting investments into precious metals, then you should consider the opportunity presented by Slovenia right now. This small nation is part of the European Union and participates in the struggling currency experiment known as the Euro. However, Slovenia is...
Slovenia's new Prime Minister-designate Alenka Bratušek has pledged to heal the country's struggling banking sector and prevent...
Slovenia's new Prime Minister-designate Alenka Bratušek has pledged to heal the country's struggling banking sector and prevent an international bailout. The Prime Minister-designate also elaborated on her plans to rescue the economy from an impending doom. After dismissing Janez Janša's cabinet on Wednesday,...
On January the 15th of 2013, the Slovenian daily newspaper Delo announced to the world that the nation's government had become...
On January the 15th of 2013, the Slovenian daily newspaper Delo announced to the world that the nation's government had become clinically dead, following up with the rhetorical question of whether or not it is possible to resuscitate it and get the small European out of its economic humdrums. The paper openly...
Slovenia To Sell State Assets Following calls from economic analysts and trade experts to adopt strong measures that can attract...
Slovenia To Sell State Assets Following calls from economic analysts and trade experts to adopt strong measures that can attract foreign investors, the Slovenian government has announced what is seen as a drastic step to boost the struggling economy. The Finance Ministry has communicated the decision to transfer...
The ESM (European Stability Mechanism) is the bailout fund for European countries in crisis. The global economic crisis affected...
The ESM (European Stability Mechanism) is the bailout fund for European countries in crisis. The global economic crisis affected many countries by plunging them into severe financial trouble. The 2008 economic crisis left Slovenia with billions in bad loans. The real estate escalation seemed to be a precursory...
Another European Concern The credit-rating firm of Standard & Poor's announced that it is lowering the rating on the nation...
Another European Concern The credit-rating firm of Standard & Poor's announced that it is lowering the rating on the nation of Slovenia by one notch. The country's status is now A-minus, which is considered to be 4 levels above junk status. The rating was lowered from A after being under a credit watch...
In 2004 Slovenia was riding high on the wave of an economic boom. Unfortunately, the 2004-2006 economic expansion and five...
In 2004 Slovenia was riding high on the wave of an economic boom. Unfortunately, the 2004-2006 economic expansion and five percent growth in one year was fueled by borrowing and debt that would come back to haunt the country's economy. In 2007 Slovenia joined the growing list of euro zone countries in economic...