Slovenia’s consumer price index (CPI) went up by an annual 2.1% in April, accelerating from the slim 0.1% increase a month earlier.
France and Germany deny reports they wrote controversial non-paper on Kosovo recognition.
OSCE report identifies border hotspots across the region where rising temperatures and more extreme weather events risk adding to border tensions.
Sentiment indicator was 0.5 pp above the long-term average in April, pushed up by confidence indicators for retail trade, services and construction.
First EuroHPC supercomputer to come online to have "profound effects" on lives, says Slovenian PM Janez Jansa.
Trend towards bigger deals and more fund investment continues, as deal value rises by half to give best Q1 since 2013.
But pandemic has delayed restart of convergence with Western Europe until 2023.
Populist premier, who will take over EU rotating presidency in July, is accused of proposing "final disintegration of former Yugoslavia".
With most of Europe under lockdown, holidaymakers from the Western Balkans are jetting off to exotic long haul destinations.
Slovenia’s bourse blue-chip index SBI TOP exceeded 1,000 points on April 7, which is the highest value since the end of 2009.
Opposition accuses Slovenia's right-wing prime minister of playing with people's lives during the pandemic in second attempt to remove him from power.
A third wave of the coronavirus pandemic is sweeping through Emerging Europe. While Russia is expecting to reach herd immunity in the next two months, most other countries of the region have only just started their mass immunisation programmes.
Getting an IKEA store is a good guide to how developed a country is. And the Swedish furniture store has an uncanny knack for opening their yellow and blue stores exactly at the beginning of a country's rapid growth phase.
Sales rose in both monthly and annual terms in February as restrictions were eased — but Slovenia now faces a new lockdown including the closure of non-essential stores.
An abruptly cut-off discussion between Slovenian PM Janez Jansa and MEPs confirms fears that Slovenia, like its northern neighbours Hungary and Poland, is on a collision course with the EU over values.
Acquisition of software-as-a-service (SaaS) management provider comes as market for SaaS tools has expanded dramatically in recent years.
Expectations about the country’s economy, households’ finances and major purchases all declined.
The moderate GDP setbacks in 2020 imply that for some CEE countries there will not be such drastic recovery and rebound effects in 2021 as in hard-hit countries in Western Europe.
With economies primed to rebound as pandemic restrictions are loosened, consumer prices could rise even further, reawakening an issue that has long been ignored.
Slovenia’s trade surplus jumped to €348.2mn in January, from a surplus of €207.4mn in the same month of 2020 as imports fell more steeply than exports.