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Judgment day for Slovenia
The Slovenian government is poised to publish the results of an external audit of its banks, which will say how much cash the government must inject to keep them afloat.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Fallen star Slovenia to reveal cost of bank clean-up
Slovenia, once the economic star of Europe's ex-communist east, is set to reveal on Thursday how much money its banks need to stay afloat and whether it can get by without help from its euro zone peers.
Confidence in Italy?
Emboldened by the splitting of Silvio Berlusconi's party and the media mogul's expulsion from parliament, Prime Minister Enrico Letta has already won one confidence vote in parliament.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Provision of Software-related services
Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: basic and additional maintenance of the e-vem and vem implementation of training for officers.
Air Serbia opens flight route to Ljubljana, Slovenia
Air Serbia, Serbia's national air carrier, began its daily business shuttle flights between Belgrade and Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, on Tuesday.
Telekom Slovenije wins two court decisions
Slovenian incumbent Telekom Slovenije has won two competition related court decisions in a week, SeeNews reports.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Slovenia confident it can clean up banks alone - Eurogroup head
Slovenia reassured euro zone finance ministers it would be able to fix its troubled financial sector without asking for external financial assistance, the head of euro zone finance ministers Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Monday.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Protester sprays Ljubljana mayor with tear gas
They say the incident took place late on Thursday in the Slovenian capital when mayor Zoran Jankovic ran into a group of demonstrators during an anti-corruption gathering in central Ljubljana.
Dictator or icon? Slovenians recall Tito...
The late Tito, former Yugoslavia's communist strongman, has been largely ignored in Slovenia since its independence but historians insist that, good or bad, he should be remembered: and a new exhibit does just that.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Adriatic Moto Tours' Czech-Hungary Tour
Recently, an ancient wooden wheel and axle were discovered near Ljubljana, Slovenia, which carbon dating revealed to be 5,200 years old.
EIB provides EUR 350 million for SME and mid-cap projects in Slovenia
Luxembourg / Ljubljana - The European Investment Bank is granting two loans to the Slovene Export and Development Bank : - EUR 300 million to support smaller projects promoted usually by SMEs and mid-cap companies - EUR 50 million to co- finance investments in the sectors of energy efficiency and renewable energy implemented by public and private ... (more)
Times of Oman
Sultanate's openness and tolerance lauded in Ljubljana
The Sultanate's touring exhibition will provide an insight into Islam's role in the modern Arab society.- Supplied photo Muscat: An exhibition titled 'Religious Tolerance: Islam in the Sultanate of Oman', sponsored by the Islamic Culture Centre, opened on Tuesday at the Ljubljana Town Hall in Slovenia.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Slovenia bourse temporarily halts trading in bank stocks
Slovenia's bourse suspended trade in shares and junior bonds of its troubled banks on Monday ahead of banking stress test results next week that will decide if the country needs an international bailout.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Dinner in a Paris apartment
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Fri Nov 29, 2013
EU Power Network Integration Seen Delayed Again: Energy Markets
The biggest changes to Europe's energy market since it was liberalized in the 1990s probably will miss a third deadline, traders and analysts said as the second target date passed.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
The Washington Post
Single Energy Market Delay Losing EU Billions of Euros: ACER
Delays to the European Union's project to create a single market for power and gas by the end of next year are costing consumers billions of euros, the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators said in a report published today.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Nucleic Acids Research
Structural insight into LexA-RecA* interaction
It catalyzes the strand exchange step of homologous recombination and stimulates self-inactivation of the LexA transcriptional repressor.
The Financial Mirror
Elements Capital Partners acquires stake in NFD d.o.o.
Slovenia's largest mutual fund Elements Capital Partners Ltd, the emerging private equity firm, has announced today that it has acquired 40.84% of NFD d.o.o., - the Slovenian mutual fund company.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Collected Department Releases: U.S. -Slovenia Political-Military Consultations
On November 18, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for PoliticalMilitary Affairs Gregory Kausner and Director General for Global Issues and Multilateral Political Relations at the Slovenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Dragoljuba BenA ina, will chair the Seventh U.S. Slovenia PoliticalMilitary Consultations.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Market Report, "Slovenia Institutional Construction: Market Update", published
This report is the result of Timetric's extensive market research covering the institutional construction market in Slovenia.