|Area:||20,273 sq km|
|Time zone:||GMT/UTC +1|
|International membership:||EU, NATO, OECD|
|International domain suffix:||.si|
|Country calling code:||+386|
|Language:||Slovenian, Italian and Hungarian (in ethnically mixed regions)|
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Ljubljana, 30 May (STA) - Total gross revenue from gaming in Slovenia, meaning money paid in minus winnings, rose by EUR 14 million to EUR 333.2 million in 2019, show Financial Administration data. While the rise is substantial compared to modest yearly increases seen in the years after the financial crisis, the total figure is still 5% below that from 2012.
Celje, 29 May (STA) - Cetis, a printing group specialised in secure documents, saw its revenue rise by 11.3% to EUR 66.4 million in 2019, while its net profit more than doubled to EUR 4.5 million over 2018, the Celje-based company said on Friday. The upbeat year came after group net profit plummeted by almost 68% to EUR 2.4 million in 2018.
Koper, 29 May (STA) - Port operator Luka Koper posted a net profit of EUR 7 million for the first quarter of 2020, down 48% year-on-year, as sales declined by 9% to EUR 55 million, show quarterly results released on Friday.
The government in Slovenia adopted a new stimulus package to help restart the economy after the COVID-19 epidemic disruptions. Measures include tourism vouchers, subsidies for shortened working hours, facilitating investments worth EUR500m, and favourable loans for businesses.
SPIRIT Slovenia has established a comprehensive online catalogue of investment opportunities in Slovenia.
Last week, the Slovenian government adopted a new stimulus package to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the economy. The measures will be in place until 31 May 2020. For companies, the new package includes entire pay compensation for temporary layoffs (80% of the salary), tax and loan payment deferrals, loan guarantees and financing of social contributions.