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20 Apr 2017

Slovenian government seeks some supervision of central bank

LJUBLJANA Slovenia moved to put its independent central bank under some, limited supervision on Thursday, responding to accusations that the bank had demanded too much state capital for domestic banks to ward off a potential debt crisis four years ago.

20 Apr 2017

Slovenian government seeks some supervision of central bank

LJUBLJANA, April 20 Slovenia moved to put its independent central bank under some, limited supervision on Thursday, responding to accusations that the bank had demanded too much state capital for domestic banks to ward off a potential debt crisis four years ago.

19 Apr 2017

Slovenia ombudsman asks court to examine new migration law

LJUBLJANA Slovenia's human rights ombudsman asked the country's top court on Wednesday to rule whether some changes in laws related to foreigners, passed in January, are in line with the constitution.

12 Apr 2017

Slovenia's central bank sees fast export growth, falling unemployment

LJUBLJANA, April 12 Slovenia's central bank said on Wednesday it expects further strong export growth, the main driver of the country's economy, and lower unemployment based on favourable economic prospects in the international environment.

16 Mar 2017

Slovenia says car parts firm Magna may invest up to $1.3 billion

LJUBLJANA Car parts maker Magna International has submitted a plan to potentially invest up to 1.24 billion euros ($1.3 billion) in Slovenia and create around 6,000 jobs, the government said on Thursday.

08 Mar 2017

Slovenia raises doctors' pay as public-sector wage pressure mounts

LJUBLJANA The Slovenian government on Wednesday agreed to raise doctors' wages by a total of as much as 50 million euros per year, and the move prompted other public-sector trade unions to seek wage increases, as well.

24 Feb 2017

Slovenia allows same-sex marriage, but not adoption

LJUBLJANA Slovenia permitted same-sex marriages for the first time from Friday under a law giving gay couples largely the same rights as heterosexuals though barring them from jointly adopting children.

20 Feb 2017

Italy's TCH Cogeme drops plan to buy Slovenian car parts group

LJUBLJANA, Feb 20 TCH Cogeme, part of Italian investment firm Palladio Holding Group, has dropped a plan to take over Slovenia's car parts maker Cimos as agreed in October, Slovenian investment company Alta, which is representing TCH Cogeme, said on Monday.

27 Jan 2017

Slovenian parliament toughens law to prevent migrant influx

LJUBLJANA Slovenia's parliament amended its laws on Thursday to enable police to seal the country's borders to most illegal migrants for a limited period if this is deemed necessary for reasons of national security.

21 Jan 2017

Melania Trump's hometown hopes new-found fame will boost trade, tourism

SEVNICA, Slovenia "First Lady" apple pies in the Kruhek bakery in Melania Trump's hometown of Sevnica in Slovenia are selling like hot cakes.

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