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Politics 17:22

President receives sole survivors of 1942 massacre

In a continuation of efforts to heal divisions over the Second World War and its aftermath, President Borut Pahor received on Monday two members of the Hudnik family, the sole survivors of a massacre in 1942 that left ten of their close relatives dead.

Business 16:34

Steel group earmarks EUR 6m for dividends

SIJ, Slovenia's largest steel producer, will pay out dividends of 5.9 euro gross per share for a total dividend payout of EUR 5.7m, the shareholders decided on Monday. The bulk of accumulated profit, EUR 45.6m, has been retained.

Business 15:58

SBI TOP index closes 0.19% higher

Pharma company Krka, adding 1.03% to EUR 59.00, and insurer Zavarovalnic Trigav, down 1.74% to EUR 33.80, were the items standing out the most in mixed trading on the Ljubljana Stock Exchange today. The SBI TOP blue chip index closed 0.19% higher at 897.77 points. Turnover was just shy of EUR 1.7m, with EUR 586,000 contributed by Krka.

Business 15:43

Awareness key in fight against double quality standards, panel hears

Double standards in quality of products and intentional misleading of consumers are hard to prove, but raising awareness about unfair practices is an important factor in the fight against the practice, a panel on the new European package of consumers's rights heard on Monday.

Business 15:03

GZS says next govt must launch structural reforms

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS) is happy with the performance of Slovenian companies last year. But it warns that these results will be impossible to sustain without structural reforms and effective policies, which should be high on the to-do-list of the next government.

Society 15:00

Weather: Clouds bringing rain from south

Clouds will start moving in on Tuesday, bringing rain from the south. Southerly to south-easterly winds will blow in places. Morning lows will range from 8 to 13 degrees Celsius and up to 15 at the coast, while the mercury will rise to between 17 and 22 degrees during the day.