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GDP per capita

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10.3.2020 – Eurostat has released GDP per capita data by region expressed in purchasing power standards. GDP per capita by region in 2018 was between 30% in the overseas department of Mayotte and 263% in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg relative to the EU average. One fifth of the EU population lives in regions with [...]

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Tenders and grants in Slovenia

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21.10.2019 – The list of current tenders and grants: DIGITALNA TRANSFORMACIIJA PODJETJA – P4D UPRAVIČENCI :  Mikro, mala in srednje velika podjetja z najmanj 5 zaposlenimi na dan oddaje vloge (poslovna enota/podružnica vpisana najmanj 6 mesecev pred dnevom oddaje vloge)  Pravne ali fizične osebe, ki se ukvarjajo z gospodarsko dejavnostjo  Organizirana kot [...]

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European Court of Justice rules on migration rules in Austria and Slovenia

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27.7.2017-European Court of Justice rules it was lawful to return migrants to Croatia, the country where they entered the EU. Austria and Slovenia were entitled to deport migrants during the 2015-2016 migration crisis back to the state where they first arrived, according to a ruling from the European Court of Justice on Wednesday. The case [...]

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Slovenia referred back to Court because of pollution

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In its February package of infringement decisions, the European Commission is pursuing a total of 276 legal actions against Member States for failing to comply properly with their obligations under EU law. The 276 decisions taken by the Commission include 44 reasoned opinions and 9 referals to the European Union’s Court of Justice. Commission is [...]

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Slovenians generally satisfied, but not with the state

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Statistical Office of the European Commission has published the latest Eurobarometer EB82 study. The survey was conducted between the 8. and 17. November 2014, with 35 countries participating: the current 28 EU Member States, 6 candidate countries for accession to the EU (Turkey, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Iceland, Serbia and Albania) and [...]

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Commission adopted several decisions regarding Slovenia

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The European Commission has adopted several decisions that directly affect Slovenia. Regarding state aid the Commission found that the restructuring plan for Banka Celje d.d. and its merger with Abanka Vipa d.d. is in line with EU rules on state aid. Slovenia has recapitalized Abanka Vipa d.d. with state funds in December 2013 and January [...]

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Slovenia to receive almost 4 billion euros in seven years

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The European Commission has adopted a “Partnership Agreement” with Slovenia setting down the strategy for the optimal use of European Structural and Investment Funds throughout the country. The agreement paves the way for investing €3.07 billion in total Cohesion Policy funding over the period 2014-2020. Furthermore Slovenia will also receive €837.8 million for rural development [...]

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September infringement package

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The European Commission published its latest Infringement package. In the package, the Commission taken 147 decisions, including 39 reasoned opinions and 4 referrals to the European Union’s Court of Justice. Slovenia has three cases pending. The Commission has formally requested Belgium, Luxembourg, Latvia, The Netherlands and Slovenia to take action to ensure full compliance with [...]

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European Commission approved recapitalization of Slovenian banks

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The European Commission has submitted the approval for the state aid to five Slovenian banks. NLB and NKBM shall receive the state aid which it will enable the Banks to become sustainable in the long run without substantially distorting competition. Help for the Factor bank and Probanka, which are already in planned liquidation proceedings, is [...]

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Bad bank waiting for Commissions’ approval

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The results of stress tests of Slovenian banks have been published and  the organisation which will manage bad assets of banks (i.e. Bad Bank) in waiting for the approval from the European Commission for the transfer of bad debts from the banks. The authorization for transfer to the Bad bank is expected  this year. Slovenia [...]

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Results of stress tests – who will take the responsibility?

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European Commission and the Slovenian Finance Minister Uroš Čufer and the Governor of the Bank of Slovenian Boštjan Jazbec, revealed the results of stress tests for Slovenian banks at a press conference earlier today. The stress tests were a necessary precondition of the European Commission prior to the transfer of bad assets on banks’ claims [...]

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Slovenia to vote against List of EU Priority Projects

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Slovenia will vote against a list of priority EU projects of common interest because of the inclusion of a disputed Italian gas terminal near the border with Slovenia, Infrastructure Minister Samo Omerzel announced on Monday. Later in the day, Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec said that the gas terminal will not be on the list.Despite the [...]

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