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When you think about the European Union and bailouts, you likely think first of Greece, Italy, Ireland, Spain, or Portugal,...
When you think about the European Union and bailouts, you likely think first of Greece, Italy, Ireland, Spain, or Portugal, some of the front-runners for a bailout (or an expulsion) from the EU. Lesser known, however, are other European nations that are either lining up for a bailout or doing their best to...
Slovenia is bracing itself for tough times ahead as the government plans to implement its reform program from July 1st. Slovenians...
Slovenia is bracing itself for tough times ahead as the government plans to implement its reform program from July 1st. Slovenians will face challenging times as taxes will be hiked for the first time since the country was rocked by financial crisis. The government has justified the move saying it will help...
As the Slovenian economy struggles with a recession and state owned banks are sinking into massive losses, the next big test...
As the Slovenian economy struggles with a recession and state owned banks are sinking into massive losses, the next big test for this Alpine nation will be whether or not her economy can survive without a bailout. Already, 48% percent of Slovenians are of the opinion that a bailout is needed. However, central...
A struggling economy, political instability, rising unemployment and overall anxiety over future has prompted economists and...
A struggling economy, political instability, rising unemployment and overall anxiety over future has prompted economists and analysts to set alarm bells ringing over Slovenia's fate in the coming months. With Cyprus on the brink of an economic meltdown, all eyes are now on Slovenia, which could follow suit...
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...