Bankers warn that if adopted law will damage Slovenia's reputation as a reliable international financial market.
Based on his strong performance in the polls, Robert Golob is seen as a serious rival to incumbent Prime Minister Janez Jansa.
Turkish growth is expected to slow to 3.5% this year, from a forecast 9.5% in 2021, while for Russia, GDP growth is forecast to slow to 2% from 4.5%.
Central bank says spread of Omicron variant has only had a small impact on the economy.
The producer price index (PPI) started to increase rapidly at the beginning of 2021.
New records announced daily in several countries, but most governments are reluctant to introduce new restrictions.
Despite efforts to reverse biodiversity loss, the Slovenian EU Council presidency achieved little on the green transition and in pushing the zero pollution ambition.
New CEO Ladislav Bartonicek is reported to be selling Home Credit Russia as part of the investment group's shift to more mature markets.
Albania and Croatia reported record numbers of COVID-19 infections while other countries are close to records set in previous waves of the pandemic.
London hospitals to get access to Better's digital healthcare platform that allows them to share information.
Commission says there is a role for natural gas and nuclear as a means to facilitate the transition towards a predominantly renewable-based future.
Soon after Southeast Europe emerged from the autumn wave of the pandemic, cases are already rising again as the Omicron variant spreads in the region.
Prime Minister Janez Jansa's rightwing government faces an opposition determined to unseat him in the spring general election.
Sharp y/y growth reflects COVID-19 measures in base month November 2020, while sales stabilise in monthly terms.
The biggest contribution to inflation in December came from the sharp rise in fuel prices.
Western European banks have made double-digit increases in the growth of their credit exposures to the CE/SEE region in the past 12-18 months.
Robust household consumption drove economic growth in third quarter.
The EU is planning a ban on travel from southern African countries after a new and highly infectious variant of the coronavirus virus was confirmed in Botswana and South Africa.
Banks may be tested by the withdrawal of government help to companies, particularly as infection rates begin to soar again.
Shortages of doctors and nurses reported as latest wave of pandemic overwhelms Slovenian hospitals.