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Slovenia

Geography and
environment of
Slovenia

With an area of 20,000 km2, Slovenia is


about half the size of Switzerland.

Source
http://www.lonelyplanet.com/slovenia
http://poslovniportal.si/Doing_Business_Slovenia.php

Slovenia borders Italy, Austria, Hungary,


Croatia, and the Adriatic Sea

Source
http://archive.rec.org/REC/Maps/sln_map.html

Maribor, Slovenia

Source
http://maribor-pohorje.si/photo-gallery-.aspx#prettyPhoto[gallery1]

Source
http://www.slovenia.info/en/Home.htm?home=0&lng=2
http://www.slovenia.info/pictures%5Ccategory%5Catachments_2%5C2012%5CPress_release-Green.Active.Healthy.Slovenia_14679.pdf

The turquoise river Soca

Source
http://www.livetravelmountains.com/guided-tours/slovenia-plus-italy/

People living
in Slovenia

2 million people live in Slovenia.


83% Slovenes.
2% Serbs.
2% Croats.
1% Bosniaks.
12% unspecified.

Source
https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/si.html
http://www.tourist-destinations.com/2011/06/slovenia.html

Population growth in Slovenia is 0.4% per year.

Source
Average growth in the years 2007-2011.
http://country.eiu.com/article.aspx?articleid=1599941544&Country=Slovenia&topic=Summary&subtopic=Fact+sheet

Slovenina, a south slavic language, is the


primary language of the people living in
Slovenia.
English is the most popular foreign language
in Slovenia followed by German, Italian,
Croatian and/or Serbian, French and Spanish
language.
Sources
https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/si.html
http://www.tourist-destinations.com/2011/06/slovenia.html
http://www.investslovenia.org/business-environment/human-resources/foreign-language-skills/

Economy of
Slovenia

Energy

Power generation in Slovenia

Source
http://www05.abb.com/global/scot/scot316.nsf/veritydisplay/583b64aa2baddef6c12578e2005291a6/$file/slovenia.pdf

Source
http://www.petrol.eu/sites/www.petrol.eu/files/attachment/the_petrol_group27s_business_plan_and_key_targets_for_2013.pd
f

In 2010, a sharp increase in electricity generation


was recorded in in photovoltaics (by 222%) and
biogas (117%), but the quantities produced were
still relatively modest, totaling less than half a
percent of total electricity generation in Slovenia.

Source
http://www.investslovenia.org/business-environment/infrastructure-utilities/energy/

In the Gorenjska region, an Alpine region in the


north west of Slovenia, Switzerland is promoting
the use of renewable energy in 6 public buildings,
contributing a total of CHF 5.3 million.

Source
http://www.swiss-contribution.admin.ch/slovenia/en/Home/News/News_Detail?itemID
=202511

Health

http://www.mercator.si/

http://www.krka.biz/en/

Krka's largest investment abroad is a production


and distribution centre in Moscow. The
investment is worth EUR 135 million. The plant
will provide jobs to over 100 people.

Source
http://www.slovenia.si/business/business-features/krka-ranks-among-the-worlds-best-companies/

Transportation

http://www.agis-zavore.si/

http://www.hidria.com/

http://www.luka-kp.si/

http://www.slo-zeleznice.si/en/

http://www.solinair.si/eng/

http://www.adria.si/en/
http://www.pipistrel.si/

Other
businesses

http://www.dormeo.net/

http://www.gonzaga.eu/

http://www.gorenje.com/

Major foreign investors in Slovenia

Source
http://www.investslovenia.org/business-environment/fdi-in-slovenia/major-investors/

Political
aspects

Alenka Bratuek,
Prime Minister of
Slovenia.

Source
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
Prime_Minister_of_Slovenia

Government building in Ljubljan, Slovenia

Source
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presidential_Palace,_Ljubljana